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The Humanity of Barristers: Stories from the Bar

The Humanity of Barristers: Stories from the Bar

In this guest post Atalanta Goulandris, former barrister and PhD researcher at City University London,  reflects on the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies’ contribution to the Being Human festival: the ‘Humanity of Lawyers’, which focused on the...
Being Human: The humanity of lawyers – 19 November 2015

Being Human: The humanity of lawyers – 19 November 2015

As a follow on to last year’s successful ‘Humanity of Judging’ event at the Supreme Court, the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies is pleased to announce its ‘Humanity of Lawyers’ event, as part of the second Being Human festival,  the...
Judges are human too

Judges are human too

In Ian McEwan’s The Children Act published this year, the author deftly weaves together the personal and professional lives of a High Court Judge in the family division, the fictional Fiona Maye. His tale is rooted in the reality of law and judging: the...