Rawdon Crozier is a barrister at KBG Chambers, Plymouth, specialising in property law. He is a member of the Counsel editorial board, writes for several legal journals and also writes poetry. In 2015 he went straight from Arnold v Britton  UKSC 36 in the Supreme Court to starting chemotherapy and ‘got the right result in the latter’.
Harriet Challenger explains what you need to know about Phosphatidylethanol (PEth) testing and how to get the most conclusive insight into an individual’s drinking behaviour
How seriously should barristers’ chambers take the threat of cyberattack and how can they best protect themselves? Doug Hargrove offers some expert advice
With a mandate to advance best practice in crypto fraud cases and investigations, and improve recovery outcomes for victims, CFAAR (the Crypto Fraud and Asset Recovery network) founders Nick Price and Aidan Larkin discuss plans for the new network
Q&A with Carmel King of Grant Thornton UK LLP’s Insolvency and Asset Recovery practice
As we face 2022, the profession feels restless, the job feels relentless but we are in good hands: our new yet seasoned leader talks to Joanna Hardy-Susskind about his concerns and ambitions for the Bar, and how we protect this truly precious, national asset
A barrister-authors cultural life and times includes an obsession with all things medieval and what it means to be British
May the odds be ever in your favour, writes Emma Fielding... A follow-up to Ishan Kolhatkars article (and the Twitter debate it sparked) on how to solve the problem of pupillage supply and demand