Legal Personality


Lessons learnt: The worst can bring out the best in you

In this tale of hope, success really has been the best revenge! A difficult journey teaches Rehana Azib QC invaluable lessons along the way

01 June 2022 / Rehana Azib QC

Joining up justice: Andrew Cayley CMG QC

The Chief Inspector of the CPS knows first-hand the difficulties prosecutors face but is no pushover. He talks to Anthony Inglese CB about Operation Soteria, putting victims – and cooperation – at the heart of criminal justice reform, and his unique and life-changing career prosecuting ‘the crime of all crimes’, genocide

01 June 2022 / Anthony Inglese CB

Meet the Bar Pro Bono Award Winners 2021

Anthony Speaight QC, Sarah Blackmore and LEDUCATE share the inspirational stories behind their awards...

10 May 2022

Lessons learnt: A judge’s vocation

21/21 vision: Sir Mark Hedley, the retired senior family law judge, shares his lessons learnt from 21 years at the Bar and 21 years on the Bench

10 May 2022 / Sir Mark Hedley

The age of consent: Kate Parker, Jodie Comer, and the Schools Consent Project

The Schools Consent Project (SCP) is educating tens of thousands of teenagers about the law around consent to challenge – and change – what is now endemic behaviour. Here, its founder, barrister Kate Parker talks to Chris Henley QC about SCP’s work and its association with Jodie Comer’s West End play Prima Facie , in which she plays a criminal barrister who is sexually assaulted

09 May 2022 / Chris Henley QC

Being SC President: Lord Reed

In a rare interview, Lord Reed talks to Anthony Inglese about fair work distribution, what makes good advocacy and the importance of judicial views being heard respectfully

11 April 2022 / Anthony Inglese CB

Meet the Bar Pro Bono Award Winners 2021

The inspirational stories behind the awards...

11 April 2022

Lessons learnt: An accessibility journey for the Bar

A call to action on access: Dr Gregory Burke's stark ‘lessons learnt’ as a disabled barrister and why chambers are showing a ‘failure of imagination’

11 April 2022 / Dr Gregory Burke

Counting blessings: Sir Robert Buckland QC MP

The former Lord Chancellor chats to Anthony Inglese CB about his time as a criminal barrister, his proudest moments in office and another cause very close to his heart – promoting awareness of neurodiversity in all parts of the justice system

09 March 2022 / Anthony Inglese CB

IWD 2022: The sartorial glass ceiling

Suits you, ma’am? Rehna Azim investigates how retailers, designers, buyers and tailors see ‘professional women’ versus what we want to wear 

08 March 2022 / Rehna Azim
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