The planning law barrister, best-selling author, broadcaster and former child refugee on the vexed questions: What does it take to make it to the Bar? What does changing the way you speak say about your character? Is meritocracy a myth that hurts the most disadvantaged?
By Hashi Mohamed
The Supreme Court Justice on his path to law, the ‘wonderful but relentless’ years as Treasury Devil, inner workings of court and weathering storms in the public eye
Interview by Anthony Inglese CB
Six silks (2018) with application insights to inspire those eyeing up a future competition
Interviews by Peter Purvis
A woman who defied death threats to give evidence in a landmark ‘honour killing’ case turned trainer when agencies failed to learn lessons from the case. By James Keeley
A few months ago I met one of the bravest women I know.
Lucy Reed introduces The Transparency Project, an initiative to correct sensationalist and lazy journalism and encourage healthier debate about the law
Lawyers and journalists are skilled in the construction of a coherent story from facts.
Clerks: team leader’s assistants at Fountain Court
Associate in Quinn Emanuel’s London office
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart is a 650+ attorney top tier business litigation firm with 20 offices around the globe, each devoted solely to business litigation and arbitration.
Supreme Court judge in Bermuda and a founding member of 33 Chancery Lane, Chambers of Andrew Mitchell QC
Barrister at Quadrant Chambers
Quadrant Chambers is a leading set of barristers specialising in commercial law.
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