Disclosure of sensitive information ‘most serious charge ever made against a sitting president’
Junior lawyer who led march against £9k tuition fees when he was at Cambridge says it’s time to forgive the Lib Dems
Former SU president will be voting in line with majority of rookie lawyers surveyed in Legal Cheek General Election poll
Jeremy Corbyn promises the world
His campaign clashes with his final year exams
Devereux barrister won’t stand for parliament
She’s unlikely to survive post-election reshuffle
Legal Cheek snap election survey reveals Labour are out of favour
Liz Truss backs a fellow northerner for Lord Chief Justice position, weeks after she barred judiciary’s favourite candidate Leveson from applying
But will her love of Sir Ernest Ryder matter after the summer Cabinet reshuffle?
But a Legal Cheek survey reveals practising lawyers would vote Liberal Democrats if an election was called tomorrow
Over half of the 22 candidates vying for Farringdon Without ward are lawyers
Bob Neill MP also discusses challenges facing legal profession and shares views on Brexit
With rumours of a snap election on 4 May gathering pace, take Legal Cheek’s survey here
President’s latest immigration ban has been temporarily blocked
It looks like Brexit means departure from the European common nuclear market too
But was he the only lawyer to defy the House of Commons?
Keith Vaz to older judges’ rescue?
New Doughty Street silk sticks it to the man with ‘left-wing’ tote bags she made for her fellow barristers
They’ve gone down very well
Graham Guest’s online appeal chalked up almost two million signatures
The BBC gave viewers an unprecedented insight into the House of Lords last night, and lawyers loved it
They were particularly excited when the ex-deputy president of the Supreme Court made an appearance
Election law ensures candidates can’t buy results, bribe voters or tamper with the ballot box
One barrister said she shouldn’t be let out without a ‘carer’
But can a letter signed by 253 law scholars achieve more than a petition by nearly two million?
Exclusive: Lord Chancellor’s speech was badly judged and has not gone down well with new QCs
We don’t know our public law in the same way Americans seem to
She chairs the House of Lords’ EU Justice committee, and she thinks we’re living through “an ugly period”
The legal profession fights back, as petition set up by Leeds solicitor gains one million signatures
It’s been a good week for the Ministry of Justice 👍
General dissatisfaction from typical pro-Remain profession, but some see glimmers of hope
Twitter in meltdown as it emerges lawyers representing Trump won ‘Russia Law Firm of the Year’ award
A big day for Chambers & Partners
Damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t?
The President-elect’s outspoken lawyer Michael Cohen is going to be honoured there