Take a look at this compact selection of high-profile business stories from the last week – with compelling themes of takeovers and anti-competitive behaviour, they will undoubtedly have you hooked.
The 2015 Bar National Mock Trial Competition saw over 2,000 students from state schools compete in a series of mock trials.
A survey on the 'equivalent means' route to qualifying as a solicitor resulted in mixed responses from lawyers.
LawWorks has announced the appointment of its new chief executive, Martin Barnes.
BPP Law School has confirmed that its Birmingham centre will now offer the Bar Professional Training Course.
This year’s Future Legal Mind competition has been won by Amy Loughrey, an undergraduate student at the University of York, and Lukas Hamilton Eddy, a postgraduate student at City University, London.
Short week means a short round-up, but still packed with interesting stuff.
The High Court has launched a new initiative to improve the diversity of its judges by supporting and mentoring people from "non-traditional backgrounds".
Just an idea, but we would gently suggest that you intersperse the late-morning starts and excessive consumption that characterises the Easter weekend with looking at some of the past week’s most interesting commercial news stories.
Hogan Lovells has teamed up with three universities to launch a £150,000 bursary scheme to help law undergraduates through their studies.