Ex-magic circle lawyer lifts lid on City law’s psychological impact in candid debut novel
Book may seem extreme but covers very real problems in the profession, author tells Legal Cheek’s Katie King
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
The Apprentice Review: Bye-bye lawyers, it was fun, but in the end you were too clever by half
As legal profession interest in The Apprentice evaporates, our blogger looks back on the last hurrah of ex-Slaughter and May man Felipe as he follows family solicitor Lauren to the exit
Review: ‘The Dog’ — a lawyer howls for freedom in Dubai
A former London barrister has written a witty and entertaining tale of ex-pat life in the psychologically confusing emirate
Goodbye Solicitor And Barrister, Hello ‘Legal Process Analyst’ – Review: ‘Tomorrow’s Lawyers’ By Richard Susskind
As you’d expect, the inquiries Professor Richard Susskind encourages legal hopefuls to make in the ‘Questions...
‘Do You Want To Be Kodak Or Instagram?’
Legal Cheek tech columnist i@n davison reviews Friday’s LawTechCampLondon. Do you want to be Kodak...
Farewell Silk, Now Time To Come Up With a New Mythology For The Bar
The defining images in the second series of BBC legal drama Silk – which drew...
‘Inaccuracies About the Legal Profession Make Me Cross’: BBC Drama Silk Returns To Torment Lawyers
Silk returned for its second series last night, enraging the country’s more pedantic legal professionals...
Legal Am-Dram: Lawyers Retry Playwright Joe Orton
Legal Cheek associate editor Emily Jupp reviews Friday’s re-trial of 1960s playwright and library-book defacer...