The only way is ethics

Mark Fell explains how to handle diary clashes ethically while protecting the bottom line. Christopher Convey alerts the Bar to the new money laundering guidance read more

Get Set Go

Go modern? With some chambers fit to burst from their Dickensian buildings, Hannah Sparkes considers the benefits of becoming a more contemporary classic read more

Interview: Lord Mance

Silks who stay Silks, thinking fast and slow, and being beaten to the High Court bench by his wife. A reflective Lord Mance chats about his career and signals his rewirement to Anthony... read more

Secondments: still the new junior briefs?

With the criminal Bar at crunch point, Sam Roake explores how secondments might affect a publicly funded practice and Counsel grills barristers... read more

Day in the life…

Relocating to legally fused Bermuda was one of the best decisions Alex Potts QC has ever made. Eleven years – and one successful offshore QC application – on, Alex shares a typical day in... read more

Pro Bono Watch

It’s been a busy few months for the Bar Pro Bono Unit. This month’s Pro Bono Watch celebrates the launch of Pro Bono Champions and announces the expansion of the Bar Pro Bono Awards... read more

Interview with Jonathan Swift QC

Anthony Inglese meets former First Treasury Counsel Jonathan Swift QC who reflects on his path to law, a £17bn public-purse-saving ‘case of the century’, relentless days as the government... read more

Day in the life…

Judicial assistants get to work on some of the most interesting issues coming through the courts and study what makes a good barrister. Joel Semakula shares a typical day read more

Junior Bar: fight or flight?

Under pressure: facing the facts on today’s junior Bar, practitioners discuss problem-solutions with Dan Hayes read more

Salves for the Junior Bar

As funding, wellbeing and retention crises hit the publicly funded Bar where it hurts, Frances Judd QC and Stephen Knight are candid on pain points and turn arounds read more