Ok, so I’ve got past the exam marking and am turning my mind to important things like…. …erm, linking up with the World of Twitter. Soon I turn my mind to the ethics of lawyers fees (is it an oxymoron, to which the answer will be the usual academic equivocation of yes and no) and other forms of self publication, I promise. I’ll bet you can’t wait. Been quoted twice this week both in response to research by Jures which Jon Robins interviewed me about about post-Clementi type things. See here for the latest one http://tiny.cc/ex1q5.
- SCJs sing in Unison: Grayling’s high risk poker with the courts opens the tap on A2J jurisprudence
- Birds of a feather… Exploring gender homophily in the Supreme Court bar
- In with the old, but with a new sense of purpose – innovation with users
- Excalibur – perhaps the sword of truth got stuck?
- Standard of Proof in Bar Discipline
- SCJs sing in Unison: Grayling's high risk poker with the courts opens the tap on A2J jurisprudence
- Employment Tribunals: Weighted Against Employers?
- Court of Appeal criticism of advocate extends beyond the man himself
- A call to academics: law, technology, and access to justice in UK law schools
- Cryptic Disclosure: My first take on the Trojan Horse case