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Secret E-Diary

Should our criminal justice system be the envy of the world? read more

#CallitOut: Why are BME barristers more likely to be pursued by the BSB?

BME barristers are disproportionately represented throughout the complaints process and more likely to have complaints upheld. Desiree Artesi investigates read more

21st century chambers management

Is the chambers model fit for the 21st century? Robin Jackson reviews The Independent Bar, a book offering a best practice blueprint for how a... read more

Westminster Watch

Parliamentary awareness of the justice crisis is building but it’s hardly registering with voters. We need to explain in vivid terms why it matters to us all, says Mark Hatcher... read more

Pro Bono Watch

Jess Campbell explains how pro bono can help pupils find their feet; introduces the first set of Pro Bono Patrons; and celebrates the chambers already signed up to raise vital funds in... read more

2018 Paris-London Bar Exchange

Dites donc, allez Paris! write Jim Duffy and Pauline Tubiana as applications open for this year’s junior Bar exchange read more

Going against the grain (2)

A clinic providing specialist pro bono legal advice on immigration law opened its doors in January 2018. Samantha Knights QC, one of the working group behind the University of Exeter’s... read more

AGFS 2018 & a broken system

Kerim Fuad QC briefs readers on the background to action at what many see as the tipping point in discussions about a broken criminal justice system read more

WannaCry? A barrister’s guide to the cybercrime galaxy

Malware is on the rise and there’s a whole cybercrime industry – said to be worth $1bn globally – eager to hold your data to ransom. You could be struck at home, in transit or chambers... read more

Spring 2018: a Brussels Brexit stock-take

Is the rocky road to Brexit obscured by London fog? Taking stock from Brussels, Evanna Fruithof joins calls for fewer speeches and more legal texts read more

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