Is the artificial intelligence emperor wearing any clothes?
An anonymous associate at a leading City of London law firm notes a disconnect between their experience on the ground and the tech marketing noise
The Kavanaugh saga: ‘Why the US system of appointing Supreme Court justices sucks’
Could it happen here in the UK?
Law, lager and lemonade: Is the legal sector over the limit?
We need to strike a healthy balance at legal events, says one future City trainee
What commercial awareness is and what it should not be
Legal commentator and solicitor David Allen Green considers what this law firm buzzword actually means
From BPTC to lawtech — the upsides of having a ‘Plan B’
Nicola Jane Smith reflects on life after law school and the seemingly never-ending hunt for pupillage
Five reasons why law students are obsessed with Love Island
ITV2’s hit show provides a sweet escape from the stresses and strains of law school life, says aspiring lawyer Christianah Babajide