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!
Disability in the City: the disconnect between diversity-friendly legal recruitment and the reality on the office floor
We spoke to top lawyer Robert Hunter, himself profoundly deaf, about his charity City Disabilities
The rise and rise of personality types and how law firms are approaching them
Here’s hoping they behave
Are law degrees worth the money? Legal Cheek hears from some discontented students
PhD student sheds light on why there are so many law students competing in pageants
Can I sue my teacher for the emotional distress caused by having to learn all these cases?
Legal Cheek investigates
I can’t believe I agreed to a whole year of this…
Forget land law, strategic lawyering sounds much more fun
Subbing statute books for student staples
One lecture in and I already want to quit
We know what you did last seminar
A law degree lover and loather pitch for their course — Dragon’s Den style
Here are some of the best
Whatever you do, keep your hat on
We’re all going on a summer holiday (to the library)
There are lots of photos of cocktails
The anti-lawyer backlash is growing, so why does the profession keep prodding?
Includes: Being mistaken for a criminal and fainting in court
Fine dining, European getaways and power boating down the Thames — it must be summer vac scheme season
A world away from life in corporate law
Legal Cheek spoke to two barristers to find out just how crazy the situation is
Ticket + gown hire = £££
I had the chance to go away for the summer — here are five reasons why I’m glad I didn’t
The future just became less enticing for wannabe lawyers
Indulge your wanderlust, or get straight on the payroll? You decide
Will juggling tiaras and trusts help bag that elusive training contract?