This year’s Legal Cheek Awards takes place on Wednesday 14 March at Landing Forty Two of the Leadenhall Building (aka the ‘Cheesegrater’), 122 Leadenhall St, London, EC3V 4AB, from 6pm until 11pm. The Awards is invite-only.
Landing Forty Two of the ‘Cheesegrater’ is the UK’s highest dedicated events space, offering stunning views of the Thames and London skyline from its unique viewpoint over 500ft above the city streets through its floor-to-ceiling windows.
The first 14 Awards are based on the Legal Cheek Trainee and Junior Lawyers Survey 2017-18 of over 2,000 trainees and junior lawyers at over 60 leading UK-based law firms.
The winner of this category will be decided by an independent judging panel made up of Hannah Al-Othman (senior reporter at BuzzFeed), Aubrey Allegretti (political reporter at Sky News), The Secret Barrister (barrister and independent blogger), and Coleen Mensa (trainee solicitor at EY, vlogger and winner of last year’s Best Use of Social Media Award).
The winner of this category will be decided by an independent judging panel made up of Joshua Rozenberg (legal affairs commentator and honorary QC), Thom Brooks (dean of Durham University Law School), Matthew Scott (leading barrister and blogger), and Tristan Kirk (Evening Standard court reporter).
Watch the highlights from the Legal Cheek Awards 2017
About the headline sponsor
BARBRI is a leader in international legal education.
In today’s increasingly globalised word, demand continues to grow for those who understand the workings and complexities of more than one jurisdiction. Governments, corporations, and educational institutions around the world are increasingly fostering global legal education and many of today’s lawyers operate internationally, across legal systems, dealing with transborder transactions and multijurisdictional problems and opportunities.
Many attorneys around the world are increasingly turning to BARBRI to gain the necessary credentials to make global practice a reality. As global legal educators, we at BARBRI believe in the importance of training 21st century lawyers for a global legal career. Whether you are a qualified lawyer outside of the U.S. considering sitting a U.S. state bar exam, you are considering sitting the QLTS exams to qualify as a solicitor in England and Wales or are looking generally to enhance your legal skills through professional development, BARBRI has a course designed specifically for you.
About the Awards sponsors
Carter Corson are a team of experienced business psychologists, offering a range of professional services including leadership development, coaching, team training, assessment and consultancy. You have the expertise in your business, we have the expertise in people, so by putting the two together there shouldn’t be any people-based challenge we can’t resolve or improve.
HBW Consulting is a boutique agency that works as a specialist extension to your graduate recruitment team. Helping law firms with media strategy, spend and analysis, we provide a personalised support system in order to help you achieve your attraction and marketing goals. We strive to be a flexible and resourceful addition to your team.
LawCare is the charity that promotes and supports good mental health and wellbeing in the legal community throughout the UK, Ireland, Isle of Man and Jersey. We provide direct emotional support and information. We work in partnership with professional bodies, regulators, legal practices and legal education providers to encourage a proactive approach to mental health and wellbeing.
STEM Future Lawyers
STEM Future Lawyers is the UK’s first network for science, technology, engineering & maths students and graduates who are interested in pursuing a career in the law. We help connect the best STEM students and graduates with the UK offices of the world’s leading law firms through our panel discussions, Q&As and networking sessions.
Drawing upon relationships with nearly 50 elite firms and chambers, our objective is to facilitate the recruitment of students with the skills to bridge the gap between high-level legal practice and cutting-edge technological innovation.
Stock + Bokeh
At Stock and Bokeh our primary focus is content creation. We work closely with clients to create media elements that visually showcase their brand. We do this through Film Production, Photography and Design.
With a vast array of digital platforms to engage with, those first few seconds count. We aim to provide a multi-channel approach to all our clients from social media strategy to content snacking to docu-style media.
The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting, ICLR, is a legal charity, set up in 1865. We publish law reports of the judicial decisions of the Superior and Appellate Courts in England and Wales. Following Lord Woolf’s Practice Direction 2001: “For the avoidance of doubt, the ICLR official Law Reports should be cited in preference to any other series. Other series of reports may only be used when a case is not reported in the Law Reports.”