Who’d have thought Andrea Leadsom could be so funny?
Legal Cheek’s Katie King reviews new hard-hitting documentary The Accused: An Inside Job?
Emotions run high in Middle Temple Hall as barristers star alongside actors in touching play about life on death row
Two of the cast members had been sentenced to death themselves
Review: Lady Hale and Sir Brian Leveson perform alongside TV and film stars in tragic play about women’s fight for equality within the legal profession
It was rough around the edges, but the message was there
I went to the one-man theatre show about the UK’s first black judge and this is what I thought of it
Less singing, more law please
Legal Cheek’s Katie King reviews the PAPERWORK exhibition
Legal Cheek reviews the must-read legal novel of the summer
Katie King reviews ‘This Is Your Trial’, the acclaimed improv show
Students shine at Supreme Court social mobility event — despite taking harsh criticism from Court of Appeal judge
Judges prove just how out of touch they are, again
Legal Cheek‘s Katie King reviews Silk
A high-powered bench acquitted a group of tax-dodging barons of treason, as the tills went into overdrive in the Palace of Westminster gift shop
“The Invisible” won’t sway Michael Gove, but it will bore audiences