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

Christmas wine

From festive fizz to heavyweight reds, Counsel’s wine critics Seán Jones QC and Professor Dominic Regan recommend a host of Christmas bottles, from cheap to dear with value and quality in mind read more

Temple Winter Festival

Temple Music Foundation and Hazard Chase have unveiled the fifth Temple Winter Festival, which takes place from 11 to 15 December at Temple Church and brings together some of the UK’s finest talent... read more

AI: threat or benefit?

Melissa Coutinho explores the impact of AI on legal practice read more

The Sexual Offences Act 1967: 50 years of progress

Claire Fox studies the events leading to the enactment of this historic piece of legislation read more

Refugee tales

Inspired by Chaucer’s great poem and calling for an end to indefinite detention, this year’s Refugee Tales embarks from Runnymede. Join all or part of an uplifting journey, writes ... read more

What's on in June: Temple Music Foundation

CONCERT Young Artist Series: Aurèle Marthan (piano) and Charles Hervet (cello) read more

Re-wiring the law

Rachel Spearing introduces the UK’s first Wellness for Law Forum March saw the launch of a new initiative to support ongoing work to improve health and wellbeing at the Bar... read more

Compassionate counsel

Dermot Feenan explores the place of compassion in legal practice The Family Law Bar Association obituary of Sir Nicholas Wall, formerly President of the Family Division,... read more

Military service tribunals during the Great War

If you put a man in harm’s way then realise you made a mistake, shouldn’t you at least try to make amends? 100 years on, David Hewitt examines the case of Joseph Blackburn who didn’t want... read more