Christmas time seems to be the worst
Yes I’m a City lawyer, but the gruelling hours just aren’t for me
Will you be the one to get your statute book confiscated?
Elizabeth Rimmer, CEO of LawCare, shares her tips on how to thrive, not just get through the day
I became a magistrate when I was 19, and I think the courts are right to push for more youngsters on the bench
Serving while still a student
An anonymous lawyer offers some myth-busting advice on what he wishes he’d known when trying to break into the profession
Kevin Poulter tells us why his teacher’s terse words encouraged him to pursue a career in law
Why media law partner Mark Stephens has always felt like an outsider in his profession
Why has the Court of Appeal ruled a ‘very upset’ wife must stay married to a man she hasn’t lived with for two years and who allegedly behaved unreasonably towards her?
Philip Marshall QC, who represented her in the divorce battle, speaks to Legal Cheek
‘What’s the meaning of life?’ and other surreal questions asked to Trump’s Supreme Court nominee this week
We spoke to a constitutional law expert to find out more about America’s heavily-politicised judicial system
A big thank you to all our readers for helping us reach this social media milestone
Why has the Bar Standards Board issued new guidance telling barristers to speak clearly and understand the law?
We spoke to the regulator about its new youth court competences handbook
Not all with an eye-popping price tag (until Brexit anyway)
Warning: contains an unhealthy dose of land law
Edinburgh University law student ‘blocked by Donald Trump on Twitter’ shuns job offers to pursue constitutional law dreams
He’s the biggest name on campus
And it’s not a ‘dirty little secret’
We know you want to
Sex, drugs and staff “treated like dirt” — a former partner shares his first-hand account
Nipping it in the bud early is the answer, says LSE LLB-er Josh Dowson
As it celebrates turning one, we count down the ten best contributions to our legal affairs hub
Bumping into Jeremy Wright QC in the corridor and protesters with no trousers on
And nine more lawyers poised for the judiciary’s celebrity status
Today would have been the judge’s 118th birthday
Commercial awareness gold right here
Surviving off of open evening white wine and canapés like a privileged Bear Grylls
Memes, memes, memes
Eat, drink and be merry? Try easements, deadlines and mood swings
A look back on the top posts that hauled in the most hits
A look back at the madness that was 2016 — but how much do you remember?
‘Tis the season to
hit billing targets be jolly
Meet the law graduate whose passion for vlogging helped her reach triple training contract offer glory
From De Montfort University to law students’ dream hat-trick
Even advent calendars haven’t lightened the mood
Ever wondered how many cups of tea the court’s café is expecting to serve? Wonder no more!