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An extraordinary day in the life of…

If Kim Hollis QC thought her first year as DPP for the British Virgin Islands was an adventure, Hurricanes Irma and Maria swept away not only her house, but the Islands’ prisons and entire criminal... read more

Disclosure in criminal cases: it’s not rocket science

Richard Hearnden argues that the recent controversy around social media disclosure failures in criminal cases can be solved by going back to basics read more

Public trust and confidence: it’s good to talk

In the aftermath of recent disclosure failures, John Warboys release and the case of Poppi Worthington, being able to talk openly is absolutely critical if we are to repair confidence in... read more

Criminal finances & tax evasion: crackdown on corruption

With events such as the Paradise Papers increasing pressure on government to deal with tax evasion, and bodies corporate on the cusp of prosecution, Anthony Eskander explains what’s in... read more

Blockchain, Bitcoin and the Bar (2)

Peter Susman QC updates his December 2017 article by trying to answer two further questions he has been asked by a number of readers read more

When the trial’s a stage

David Josse QC discusses Slobodan Praljak’s dramatic death read more

Barrister’s best…

Best books, favourite films, top tracks and an essential: Counsel invites barristers to share their cultural influences. In this issue, we talk to Nigel Poole QC, Head of Chambers at... read more

Becoming a Google Doodle: India’s first woman lawyer

Lizzy Emerson profiles inspirational legal pioneer Cornelia Sorabji, India’s first woman lawyer with a Google Doodle raising her status worldwide read more

Secret E-Diary

When is there time to do the actual job? read more

Where to turn

Barristers should be able to practise in a work environment free from any oppressive behaviour, judicial or otherwise, writes Michael Hayton QC who outlines the support offered by Heads... read more

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