Tag: No5 Chambers
First hijab-wearing criminal KC launches ‘Girls Human Rights Hub’
Sultana Tafadar hopes to empower and educate young women through new international organisation
Revealed: The chambers with the most supportive barristers 2022
Which sets are like second families?
Revealed: The chambers with the most supportive barristers 2021
From multiple virtual meet-ups to the set's most formidable silk lending a hand
Top barristers reveal what students need to know as they make pupillage applications
Practitioners from no less than 13 leading London sets share their insights as the Pupillage Gateway re-opens
Speakers announced for ‘How to make it as a barrister’ next week
Pupils, juniors, QCs and practice managers from leading sets to advise students how they can get to the bar
Henderson Chambers boosts pupillage award by 40% as it unveils new Caribbean secondment
Exclusive: As a plethora of London sets bump rookie barrister pay
Diversity isn’t working, says Somali refugee who beat odds to become a barrister
Hashi Mohamed was raised exclusively on state benefits, and he believes open recruitment has made ‘little if any difference’
Brexit: How is it affecting immigration lawyers?
Legal Cheek spoke to two barristers to find out just how crazy the situation is
Britain could legally ban Donald Trump from entering the country, but would we want to?
It's do-able, but perhaps unwise, say top immigration lawyers
Cambridge law student goes public about creepy rubber duck stalking campaign
Undergraduate who has done mini-pupillages at two top sets tells world about attracting unwanted attention
City lawyers can’t agree if they should fill the legal aid gap
National Pro Bono week kicks off with a disagreement about Justice Secretary Michael Gove's grand plan