‘Middle Temple must strip Boris of his honorary status’
The PM is an honorary bencher. Some ‘do-gooder’ needs to put a stop to that, says mature law student Laurence Cooper
The best festive firs from across the legal profession ?
From law firm lobbies to Inns of Court of libraries… it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Why do barristers wear wigs and gowns?
New Middle Temple exhibition explains the origins of our unusual court garb
Not guilty: Man accused of robbing High Court judge on Middle Temple Lane cleared of wrongdoing
Terry Brown offered no defence and refused to leave his prison cell during the trial
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