The current strike is likely to be short lived and ultimately lead to what the Ministry of Justice wants
Bar authorities have done well with recent £4,000 fine, but the hearing process needs to be more open
Families of those murdered in Tunisia are not going to feel better because of a slogan
It’s time to drop the Alan Blacker obsession
Critics can’t go soft on work experience QC while slagging off mini-pupil for angling for her own edge
Scraped through the BPTC but failed to bag a pupillage? Not to worry — you can still call yourself a barrister
Being offended by the naked human form should not trump fundamental rights
Who is the 36 year-old new owner of ULaw?
The latest league tables confirm that for law it remains Oxbridge … and then the rest
Junior City lawyers are bathing in big pay rises, but money isn’t everything — just ask those in practice
Gateley’s move this week closer to the door of the London Stock Exchange signals the advance of yet another factor law students and young lawyers will have to confront
Do women lawyers really want to belong to a club that has blocked them from membership for so many years?
Women law students and young female lawyers doubtless have to battle leery male counterparts — but there are gradations of perviness