Category: Review

Credit: Karolina Zielinska

Wagatha Christie hits the West End

42BR pupil Karolina Zielinska reviews Vardy v Rooney

Nov 21 2022 9:16am

The incredible true story of the only solicitor ever to hang for murder

A perfect 1920s murder mystery is explored in a compelling narrative by journalist and author, Stephen Bates

May 31 2022 10:01am

Why judges are not ‘Enemies of the People’

Legal Cheek reviews the latest book offering by legal commentator Joshua Rozenberg

Jun 30 2020 9:27am

How future lawyers can take advantage of the digital revolution

Legal Cheek reviews latest book offering from Professor Richard Susskind

Mar 9 2020 9:33am

Law professor pens self-help book on how to do less tedious life admin

Turn yourself into a 'super doer', says Columbia Law School's Elizabeth Emens

Feb 6 2019 8:50am

Film review: RBG

An intimate portrait of the US’ answer to Lady Hale

Dec 28 2018 9:40am

Film review: The Children Act

'I loved the quiet and careful cameos by those unseen people who make our legal system work', says barrister and writer Sarah Langford

Aug 28 2018 10:49am

Review: Classic courtroom drama played out on stage – it will make you want to become a criminal lawyer

But Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution grandeur is a world away from the realities of the criminal justice system

May 3 2018 9:15am

The Secret Barrister’s debut book is the perfect deterrent for any aspiring criminal lawyer

An 'irresistibly special' career but one littered with heartache; Legal Cheek reviews Stories of the Law and How It's Broken

Mar 20 2018 9:06am

Oxford academic who lost her 18-year-old son while he was under NHS care shares tragic fight for justice

She was represented at son's inquest by legal dream team she met on Twitter

Feb 27 2018 9:17am

Two elderly men by a roaring fire: Top crime QC describes her Oxbridge interview in new play

Review of The Robing Room, a monologue performed by and about Felicity Gerry QC

Nov 17 2017 12:39pm

I watched ‘Brexit — The Musical’ at BLP’s office and it was actually really great

Who’d have thought Andrea Leadsom could be so funny?

Sep 7 2017 9:31am

The sobering reality of being charged with a crime

Legal Cheek’s Katie King reviews new hard-hitting documentary The Accused: An Inside Job?

Jul 26 2017 9:08am

There’s a new art exhibition at the Supreme Court and all the pieces are made by prisoners

Legal Cheek’s Katie King reviews the PAPERWORK exhibition

Sep 9 2016 9:19am

The dark side of media law

Legal Cheek reviews the must-read legal novel of the summer

Jul 18 2016 9:51am

Review: My experience being a jury member at a comedy criminal trial

Katie King reviews ‘This Is Your Trial’, the acclaimed improv show

Jun 7 2016 9:02am