Government support for the self-employed haven't worked
Henderson Chambers is inviting applications for a Third Six to start in Autumn 2020.
The Attorney General, Suella Braverman QC MP, guest blogs on plans to change the guidelines on disclosure and the CPIA Code in order to restore the public’s confidence in the administration of the criminal justice system.
Yvonne Kramo, Black Protest Legal Support UK (BPLS) committee member, writes on how hundreds of BPLS legal observers have been assisting Black Lives Matter protestors
Hardwicke has vacancies for up to three specialist Third Six pupils with a particular focus on Commercial Dispute Resolution, Construction and Engineering, Property, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence. Those with an interest in professional negligence or private client work along with one of those specialisms are also welcome to apply.
Sailesh Mehta of Red Lion Chambers writes about how social mobility has changed since he came to the Bar and the impact Covid-19 is having on progress across the profession
In the first of a series of articles on international perspectives on the rule of law in light of Covid-19, barrister David Owusu-Yianoma focuses on Ghana