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On 28 July 2022 a crown court case was televised for the first time – that of Ben Oliver, who admitted to manslaughter of his elderly grandfather. This change was a result of a campaign by news broadcasters wishing to record the inside of court trials, which led to the law changing in 2020 to allow this.
Working in-house involves representing a single client whereas private practice lawyers are outsourced, advising multiple clients. As the number of in-house lawyers has been rising in the past few years, this blog will outline what the role involves, helping you decide whether this route is particularly appealing to you.