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Christmas book recommendations (2)

Christmas book recommendations (2)

The limitation period on festive gift buying is about to expire. File a claim for peace and goodwill before it’s too late! But if you can’t face the crush in the last minute bargain basement of your local department store, fear not. Help is at hand in the bookshop. And for those with e-readers and i-pads, what could be easier than the virtual gift of an e-book?

Fans of Gary Slapper’s column in the The Times will be familiar …

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BabyBarista – The ICLR Online tips the scales of justice in your favour…

BabyBarista – The ICLR Online tips the scales of justice in your favour…

An insight into life as a pupil barrister on the BabyBarista blog today, with a little help from the ICLR and our new online service.

If you would like to try ICLR Online visit our website to set up your free one month trial.

 

The image is courtesy of the BabyBarista blog (illustrated by Alex Williams)

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Christmas book recommendations (1)

Christmas book recommendations (1)

Buying yuletide gifts for lawyers is never an easy task. You could try choosing barristers’ briefs at Ann Summers or, for the less adventurous, M&S, or you could link up with your loved one in a stylish pair of pink handcuffs, as advertised on Patrolstore. But for a safer bet, why not book them on a charge of goodwill with an entertaining novel or two?

Babybarista began (and continues) as a blog recording …

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Judge for yourself and give us your verdict

Judge for yourself and give us your verdict

The new ICLR Online service went live seven weeks ago, after a sell-out launch at Middle Temple. Our demos have gone down a storm at major events such as the BIALL, IBA and English Bar conferences. We’ve signed up over 500 free trials. We know people are using it. What we would like to know is, what do you think of it?

We’re not the only ones. Nick Holmes, whose pioneering blog Binary Law has been dealing with all …

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