Lawyers Cricket World Cup 2016

BEWCC’s James Cartwright delivers the match report from Brisbane and heralds the revival of the historic Bar v Clerks game A person glimpsing 17 English (and Welsh)... read more

Sound footings

As well as being a barrister, remember you are an unpaid tax collector, says Tony Reynolds, who advises best financial practice from the start of your legal career HMRC has... read more

Music as a force for change

Barristers’ musical talents can add power to their pro bono whilst improving emotional wellbeing, as Helen Tung explains ‘Music expresses that which cannot be said and on... read more

Book review: Love Lose Live

By: Mary Banham-HallPublisher: Focus Mediation, February 2016320pp Paperback: £8.95ISBN: 9780993517600 read more

Theatre review: Shakespeare and the Law

Pairing Shakespeare with the law at a recent PBI/Alliance for Lawyers at Risk fundraising event was a perfect marriage, writes Melissa Coutinho Middle Temple Hall was a... read more

Book review: Magna Carta, Religion and the Rule of Law

Edited by: Robin Griffith-Jones, Master of the Temple and Mark Hill QCPublisher: Cambridge University Press, 2015430pp Paperback: £24.99ISBN: 9781107494367 read more

Book review: The Safest Shield: Lectures, Speeches and Essays

Author: Lord JudgePublisher: Hart Publishing, 2015368pp Hardback: £22.50ISBN: 9781509901890 read more

Theatre review: Send for Paul Temple

Nigel Pascoe QC reviews the star-studded world premiere of a Paul Temple thriller, staged as a retro radio play for the recent Kalisher fundraising event Michael Kalisher... read more

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