Nathan Akhavan-Moossavi examines the extent to which the legal market for graduates has suffered from saturation and the attitudes that have resulted from this.
Shannon Revel interviews Garden Court Chambers' Dexter Dias QC about his research into the issue of female genital mutilation and his campaign for raising awareness about this crime.
Emily Townsend provides a detailed analysis of the routes available to practice in the legal profession and what to expect in a career as a barrister or solicitor.
Rebecca Broadbent explains the changes to the rules under which barristers may accept instructions directly from the public, which were announced at the start of this month.
Mani Singh Basi discusses the new BCAT, the potential justifications, and the controversial fee.
Indira Butler discusses her experiences of chambers evenings and how to approach them.
Philip Vasquez addresses the differences between practising law in England and Gibraltar, and introduces the Gibraltar Law Students Association
Harry Langford recounts his experiences of mini-pupillage and considers the advantages of undertaking them.
Abigail O'Reilly reviews one of the leading reference books for any aspiring barrister.
In the lead up to pupillage interviews, The Student Lawyer spends five minutes with Alastair Hodge (Barrister from 5 Essex Court Chambers).