One of our most notable courtroom dramas is also a useful illustration of a barrister’s craft, writes David Langwallner
Marking Mental Health Awareness Week, and publication of the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance's latest guide for prison staff, Tim Kiely looks at access to creative activity and how essential it is to the wellbeing of people in prison
By Luke Clements, ISBN 9781913648077, Legal Action Group (December 2020)
Reviewed by Stephen Simblet QC
Whether you’re feasting on roast lamb, poached salmon or the finest vegetarian fare, Professor Dominic Regan and Sean Jones QC weigh up the best pairings for a delicious Easter lunch
Brave new world? February 8, 2021
'Life is tough – and you have to be tougher than life to change the world.'
Life at the criminal Bar or the product of an irresistible creative impulse?
By Ben Mills
A barrister’s experience of volunteering in a London hospital during the pandemic
By Stephen Page
Philip N Bristow explains how to unlock your aged debt to fund your tax in one easy step
With the property market witnessing significant changes since the beginning of the pandemic, Fleet Street Wealth’s Managing Director Julian Morgan considers the future of the home, the second home and the office
In partnership with the Bar Council, LexisNexis is offering up to 60% off its extensive webinar offering.
Making sure international justice works effectively and realising what matters Karim Khan QC, the new Chief Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court, talks to Monica Feria-Tinta
Twelve leading trial lawyers shared their advocacy tips with the Advocacy Podcast a distillation of their advice, by Bibi Badejo, Justin Tadros, Alex Cameron and Antonia Eklund
Exclusive statistical analysis: Barbara Mills QC outlines how the deeply unhelpful, homogenous BAME acronym is masking the true extent and systemic nature of the Bars diversity problem