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
Classics and the law: coming full circle, Sir Rupert Jackson shares his cultural life and times
Coping with prohibition through methodological mixology, Shantanu Majumdar QC reprises his social media cocktail recipe hits for a home-based NYE
Exclusive: the double BAFTA-winning author reveals who inspired the justice crusader Judge John Deed, where Deed would stand on the separation of powers, and why Law and Order couldn’t be made today
Interview by David Etherington QC
It may be a very different Christmas this year, but the perennial questions remain – ‘What should I drink on Christmas Day?’ and ‘What’s the perfect gift for an oenophile?’
By Professor Dominic Regan and Seán Jones QC
Robin Griffith-Jones marks the centenary of the events leading to the burial of the Unknown Warrior
A barrister, a comedian and a deputy lieutenant log onto a Zoom call... how Bradford found a way to keep laughing through lockdown. By Lydia Pearce
A sobering insight into past legal and social cultures where the rule of law is jettisoned. By David Langwallner
We can learn a lot about the profession from lawyers in film and it can engender in students a love of the law: a new series of cinema critiques by David Langwallner
Inés Rivera explains how speech technology is transforming policing, courts and prisons
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.
The family law system is in crisis and a failure to recognise it as such demeans the Herculean efforts of all involved, writes Celestine Greenwood, an exhausted family practitioner
Should we cap numbers coming to the Bar? Or help them make data driven decisions? asks IshanKolhatkar
Shifting the taboo, two silks talk about the menopause, its impact on women at the Bar and the need for a profession-wide rethink. By Lyndsey de Mestre QC and Brie Stevens-Hoare QC
In a profession which can be attached to, and defined by, archaic stereotypes, how to be yourself, explore new areas and own your own time? Here are Lennart Poulsen's 'lessons learnt'...