Criminal solicitor to share comical tales of the justice system at Edinburgh Fringe
Shit Lawyer is ‘a manifesto for change’, says Abigail Rolling
Criminal law not an attractive long-term career, say 81% of junior lawyers
Low pay 👎 long hours 👎 poor work-life balance 👎
Top criminal chambers pledge support for ‘no returns’ as barrister action begins
Move comes in response to ‘unacceptably low’ legal aid fees
Criminal barristers vote to take action if government does not increase legal aid
‘Justice system on its knees’, say bar leaders
This pic of the MoJ’s Xmas tree hasn’t gone down well with criminal lawyers
‘Utterly detached from the reality’, wrote one barrister on Twitter, as crumbling courts and case backlogs continue to blight justice system
25 Bedford Row barristers to star in new Channel 4 documentary
The Defenders airs from spring
Ex-Love Islander sets sights on career as criminal lawyer
From Boohoo brand deals to legal aid work for St Mary’s Uni law grad Tyler Cruickshank?
Meet the law students having second thoughts about criminal practice
Many are still keen on crime but very aware of ‘atrocious’ pay and conditions
Do law students still fancy a life in crime?
Low pay, long hours and a crumbling justice system could be putting off the next generation of criminal lawyers
Furloughed solicitor launches lockdown cookie business
Sarah King juggles baking sweet treats alongside criminal casework 🍪
A life of crime
Chris Daw QC on life at the bar, his newly released book and venture into ‘vlawging’
‘Rough sex’ defence ban: A step in the right direction
Few argue that the Domestic Abuse Bill will settle disagreements on consent in law, but fruitful discussions cannot begin where there is no agreed starting point
Could COVID-19 spit attacks amount to constructive manslaughter?
Birmingham University law student Anna Hayes considers the cases of Trevor Belle and Belly Mujinga
COVID-19: Could PPE shortages amount to corporate manslaughter?
A ‘herculean effort’ has been exerted to increase the availability of protective gear for frontline NHS staff — but should more have been done sooner, and if so, who is accountable?
Keele University law lecturer channels inner Eminem in criminal law rap
‘Intention! It gives me tension! Too many cases to mention!’ ?
Private school kids continue to dominate corporate law
‘Much more work to be done’, says SRA chief
Machine-learnt bias? Algorithmic decision making and access to criminal justice
The pressure on our criminal justice system is mounting — but is algorithmic decision making the way forward? Queen Mary law grad Marina Wojcik addresses some of the concerns
The Caroline Flack case analysed by a criminal barrister
What to expect from one of the biggest celebrity cases of 2020