9 classic ‘If I knew’ articles that you may have missed
In anticipation of this evening’s ‘If I knew’ Q&A at Inner Temple, the Legal Cheek…
‘Teaching is the most important thing I’ve done to improve my work as a lawyer’
When his bid to work himself up from the bottom of a supermarket chain stalled, Laurie Anstis decided to reconsider his early views on university education and pursue a career as a solicitor.
Why life as a QC is more similar to running a pub in Cleethorpes than at first it may appear
When she became a lawyer, Taryn Lee QC thought that she was taking a very different path to her publican parents. But now she’s not so sure.
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.
‘There is a life after the criminal Bar’
Weber Shandwick head of public affairs Alex Deane doesn’t regret his time scraping a living…
‘Unless your dad is senior partner you are the only person in your firm who truly cares about your career’
With work thin on the ground after the 2008 crash, corporate lawyer Danvers Baillieu found…