From Bath Spa to Clifford Chance: how a history graduate who bungled his A-Levels made it to the Magic Circle
We met one of the winners of Clifford Chance’s much-talked about ‘CV blind’ scheme.
Lawyer who bit neighbour and spat in parents faces admits Law Society fraud
Barrister-turned-solicitor Frances Brough is facing jail — again — for defrauding the Law Society out of more than £22,000 in bogus travel expenses.
Exam panic in January? You must be studying law…
We’re going to assume that this beautifully-arranged photo, spotted a few days ago at Newcastle University’s Robinson library, is the work of a law student.
The all-purpose legal internal announcement template
Templates can be applied to internal announcements too.
Academia is ‘a long way from my hopes of being a barrister but it’s an amazing life’
Law students need to remember that “the you of today” may differ from “the you of the years ahead”, says Northumbria University professor of law and society Chris Ashford.
Morning round-up: Friday 24 January
The morning’s top legal news stories.