Podcast: ‘There were only three women in the whole firm’ — corporate law pioneer Fiona Woolf on gender diversity in the law
We’ve come a long way since the 1970s — but not far enough
China meltdown, Brexit fears and 100% trainee retention rates — what does it all mean for wannabe lawyers?
We tested two undergraduate law students on their commercial awareness
How ex-Linklaters solicitor Julia Salasky created a start-up to crowdfund justice
Is this the future in a world where legal aid is almost non-existent for challenging fundamental human rights issues?
Recruitment events: it’s not the law firms who want the booze, it’s the students
Cambridge University Law Society duo respond to backlash generated by Legal Cheek article about alcohol-fuelled Oxbridge social events put on by law firms.
The law students providing legal advice to the Silicon Roundabout
What’s it like advising east London tech entrepreneurs about the law?
Day of action: ‘My uni mates went to magic circle firms, I chose the criminal Bar’
23 Essex Street junior Vicky Gainza finds the Crown Prosecution Service’s threat to withhold work from striking barristers scary — but not as scary as the alternative of doing nothing to prevent the government’s legal aid cuts.