In the Editor’s Hot Seat…

Stephanie Hawthorne picks out her favourite features from her tenure as Editor read more

Liquid Assets

From investment management to investment madness? Graham Nutter, the owner of the Chateau St Jacques d’Albas vineyard in France, on why and how he got into the wine... read more

Music at the Inns

The Inns are alive with the sound of music. Vanora Bennett explores the world of the other dedicated professionals of the Inns of Court At about five o’clock on any day of the week, the Inns of... read more

Shopping for Wine

Supermarkets now supply the bulk of wine bought for home consumption. Dominic Regan and Seán Jones highlight some of the best champagne and wine. read more

Wear & Tear at the Bar

Suffering from pains or aches? There are three key areas to focus on, advises Christopher Belderbos read more

Wine Lists

Dominic Regan and Sean Jones suggest the best restaurants to visit in order to obtain good wine at a fair price. You have cause to celebrate. Perhaps you have just been... read more

Barristers don’t surf

Tim Kevan takes a break from the Bar to go surfing and write a novel One of the joys of being a barrister is that you are self-employed and therefore get a lot more freedom over your own destiny... read more

Lawyers at Long On

Which lawyers have played first class cricket? Daniel Lightman investigates There is a long tradition of lawyer-cricketers. Perhaps the first was William Byrd (1674–1744). Born in Virginia, where... read more

Stress at the Bar

Hilary Tilby discusses the dangers of using alcohol and drugs as coping mechanisms for dealing with a stressful practice and highlights the help at hand When you are subject to long-term stress, the... read more

From the Bar to the small screen

Mark Pallis, Legal and Historical Consultant to “Garrow’s Law”, on how he has used his legal background to good effect The origins for “Garrow’s Law: Tales from the Old Bailey”, shown on BBC One in... read more