A conversation with barrister Jamie Susskind about his new book Future Politics
What does the transformational power of technology mean for law students and lawyers?
How ex-Linklaters solicitor Julia Salasky created a start-up to crowdfund justice
Is this the future in a world where legal aid is almost non-existent for challenging fundamental human rights issues?
The law students providing legal advice to the Silicon Roundabout
What’s it like advising east London tech entrepreneurs about the law?
Day of action: ‘My uni mates went to magic circle firms, I chose the criminal Bar’
23 Essex Street junior Vicky Gainza finds the Crown Prosecution Service’s threat to withhold work from striking barristers scary — but not as scary as the alternative of doing nothing to prevent the government’s legal aid cuts.
Has an Oxbridge law degree lost its value?
Final year Cambridge law students Zahra Mashhood and Loviisa Langdon consider the impact of recent moves by the legal profession to draw graduates from a wider pool.
Interview: Law student facing exclusion from Sussex Uni will draw upon Occupy legal challenge to fuel barrister dream
Most law students would consider the prospect of being excluded by their university to be a nightmare. But not Michael Segalov.