Tweeters for Law Students

I wanted to put together a list for (law) students interested in twitter as to who from the world of law they might want to follow. I did a tweet to garner views. It produced dozens and dozens of recommendations. You can read those here. Here is my off the cuff list of people to … Continue reading Tweeters for Law Students

Broken Models are Made not Born

The Bridge report, funded by a plurality of the biggest London HQed law firms, has produced an excellent report on class, race, and gender in law firms. Data driven excellence, presented with a keen eye on its busy audiences. This quote sums it up for me: “I can’t stand more debate. Let’s get something done.” … Continue reading Broken Models are Made not Born

What should COVID-19 CEOs do about The Mayson Report Section 4.12, if anything?

This guest post by Ciarán Fenton first appeared on his blog. On the morning of June 11th. 2020 The Centre for Ethics and Law, University College London, published a report written by Professor Stephen Mayson with the title: “REFORMING LEGAL SERVICES – REGULATION BEYOND THE ECHO CHAMBERS – FINAL REPORT of the Independent Review of … Continue reading What should COVID-19 CEOs do about The Mayson Report Section 4.12, if anything?

We need to talk about mental health and pupillage applications (Guest Post)

Malvika Jaganmohan published this really excellent post and, with her permission, I am reposting here. It is a long post, but it is both insightful, honest, worrying, but also ultimately constructive and very powerful. I commend it to all barristers, indeed all recruiters, and all those in law schools engaged in advising or supporting students. … Continue reading We need to talk about mental health and pupillage applications (Guest Post)

Holding up the mirror on rulers for unlawfulness?

In-house lawyers for Mirror Group Newspapers have hit the news via Legalfutures for their handling of hacking allegations. Coming many years after the original hacking allegations (many blogs here), the case presents some interesting examples of how long ethical problems can remain dormant before bursting into dangerous life for the accused lawyers but also how … Continue reading Holding up the mirror on rulers for unlawfulness?