Undiluted excellence

Nigel Pascoe QC reviews The Scottsboro Boys at the Garrick Theatre. In March 1931, at Paint Rock, Alabama, nine black teenagers were taken off a freight train which had... read more

Easter Rising 1916: The Trials

Easter Rising 1916: The Trials by Seán Enright Merrion Press £18.99 ISBN-13: 978-1908928375 read more

In Fine Voice

After a very successful inaugural concert earlier in the year, Andrew Clarke QC reviews the Bar Choral Society’s second concert. The Bar Choral Society’s second ever... read more

Amity Continues

Patrick Spottiswoode on the continuing connection between Shakespeare’s Globe and the Inns of Court and the planned collaborations for 2015. Shakespeare’s connection with... read more

If you haven’t got a penny, a ha’penny will do

Dominic Regan and Sean Jones QC explore the wines around for Christmas in tough times. “I accept at once that we are living in times of austerity” – Lord Justice Jackson,... read more

Anna Weiss

David Wurtzel reviews Anna Weiss by Mike Cullen at London E14’s My Space. By coincidence, on my way to see AnnaWeiss, Mike Cullen’s 1997 play about a teenager who accuses... read more

Cyber Crime Law and Practice

Cyber Crime Law and Practice Matthew Richardson Wildy March 2014 ISBN: 0854901361 £95... read more

Detection and Preservation of Assets in Financial Remedy Claims

Detection and Preservation of Assets in Financial Remedy Claims Nigel Dyer QC and Juliet Chapman Butterworths Law April 2014... read more

A marriage of Austen and Capra

That is the trouble with Lord Mansfield: you don’t hear about the guy for decades and suddenly two of him turn up at once. First, the true version in the recent biography (reviewed on... read more

A world of their own

David Wurtzel reviews PESTS, a play by Vivienne Frantzmann and commissioned by theatre company Clean Break, at the Royal Court, Jerwood Theatre. The play is now on tour. It... read more