Sharing legal knowledge

As the International Law Book Facility celebrates its 10th anniversary, Paul Lowenstein QC and Katrina Crossley explain the origins of the charity, the work it does and how members of the... read more

Review: The Bar Choral Society

A high octane achievement Philip Bartle reviews the most recent concert of the Bar Choral Society read more

Liturgy, worship and outreach

Chris McWatters speaks to Mark Hatcher on his new role at the Temple Church Mark Hatcher is an exceptionally busy man. Not only does he have a full time job as special... read more

Review: Christmas wine

If you haven’t got a ha’penny, then God bless you As difficult times continue, Sean Jones QC and Dominic Regan scan the supermarkets for their Christmas tips for readers read more

Book review: Jeremy Hutchinson’s Case Histories

Author: Thomas Grant QCPublisher: John Murray, June 2015ISBN-13: 978-1444799736Hardback: £25.00 read more

Book review: The Rector of Pepynbridge

Author: Peter Morrell Publisher: i2i Publishing, 30 June 2015 ISBN-13: 9780993243257 Paperback Price: £8.95 read more

Theatre review: On Trial for Treason

Mark Hill QC reports on the mock trial of the Barons who negotiated the sealing of Magna Carta For centuries, courts were held in the splendour of Westminster Hall,... read more

Getting on the property ladder

In the first of a new series on personal finance, Paul Faithfull looks at the issues facing first time buyers at the young Bar As house prices continue to increase across... read more

Zen and the art of lawyers’ maintenance

Barrister and Buddhist Jo Shaw on mindfulness practice and the Bar Caveat lector: This article is “Not Bar”. It covers subjects such as emotions, looking after oneself and... read more

Taking the first step

Chris Quinn on why the Bar needs to get serious about wellbeing ... and how to get training Although it has not gained much coverage outside legal circles, the Bar Council... read more