Legal Personality


Making it count: Mary Prior QC

‘Permitting vulnerable people to be heard is a difficult role, but I have so much joy from it.’ Mary Prior QC shares life lessons with Aadhithya Anbahan 

03 June 2021 / Aadhithya Anbahan

Professionally Embarrassing

Malvika Jaganmohan and Madeleine Whelan's family law podcast doesn’t shy away from the difficult topics... 


Called to the Baa! Sarah Langford

The barrister-author talks to Chris Henley QC about the parallels between farming and farmers, and the law and barristers, and the dilemmas of combining young children with continued practice at the Bar

02 June 2021 / Chris Henley QC

Meet the Pro Bono Award Winners 2020

Now in its third year, the Bar Pro Bono Awards is already a firm fixture in the legal awards calendar. Rebecca Wilkie introduces the inspirational stories behind the awards...  

07 May 2021 / Rebecca Wilkie

Dieu et mon droit

A fictionalised account of hidden battles during an ‘ordinary’ court day. By Rehna Azim 

06 May 2021 / Rehna Azim

CrimeGirl... on maternity leave

A day in the life of the junior criminal barrister/Twitter sensation who is currently on maternity leave with her second child while her husband is away on a lengthy military tour of duty 

01 May 2021 / CrimeGirl

Welsh expertise: Lord Lloyd-Jones

The growing influence of Welsh law, language and legal expertise, career ‘lucky breaks’ and what makes good advocacy - the Supreme Court Justice talks to Anthony Inglese CB   

01 May 2021 / Anthony Inglese CB

Principle over policy: Dominic Grieve QC

Unsparing in his criticism, the former Attorney General reflects on recent events in government and his own experience of being chief legal adviser. 

Interview by Anthony Inglese CB 

26 March 2021 / Anthony Inglese CB

The international human rights jurist: Surya Subedi QC

The journey from a small village in Nepal to international law professor and UN Special Rapporteur for Human Rights: Admas Habteslasie talks to Surya Subedi QC (Hon) 

19 March 2021 / Admas Habteslasie

Passing the Brief: Keina Yoshida interviews Karon Monaghan QC

Passing the Brief returns as Keina Yoshida chats with equality and human rights silk Karon Monaghan QC about the difficulties facing women at the Bar, 100 years of the ILO, and what's next for gender equality lawyers  

08 March 2021 / Keina Yoshida
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