The ties that bind – Take 5 offers a bite-sized compilation of five UK firms that are connected by a particular theme, which may be serious or light-hearted. The key word here is ‘eclectic’; the firms might be united by practice area, location or just the fact that they have names that would score well in scrabble. It’s a fun exercise for us – perhaps you’d like to give it a go too? If you can think up a category, and select five firms that fit within it, by all means send it in to email@example.com. You might find yourself featuring in LC.N Weekly! So take five and read Take 5.
This week's Take 5
The names of these five firms evoke the clink of ice in glass and the glug, glug, glug of a well-poured beverage. Enjoy responsibly:
Previous Take 5s
These five firms evoke the folklore of Britain's most beloved mugger:
Easter is hopping closer, and these five firms have a springtime, hot-cross-bunny feel to them:
These five chambers are among those which require pupillage applications direct to them, rather than through the Pupillage Gateway – and like all chambers, their deadlines are coming up:
In want of a wife?
Marriage is no longer a "truth universally acknowledged", but these five firms all practise family law in locations featured in Pride and Prejudice:
No sorcery required for these apprentice-friendly firms, all of which are currently on the legal apprenticeship scene:
A few Leeds on IP
Here are five firms in Leeds that do intellectual property:
All at sea
This fishy five are linked by an association with the briny depths, the roaring ocean, the maritime magnificence (etc):
Pegasus Access Scheme
These five chambers are among the over 60 that support the Pegasus Access Scheme, which helps students from diverse backgrounds access work experience at the Bar.