Steve Jobs : a masterpiece. Film review by Tony ...

Steve Jobs is a masterpiece. UK release date 13th November Tony Ruggio aka The Italian Imposter gives us his take ...

LOOK AND FEEL GORGEOUS THIS AUTUMN

Well summer has officially come to an end. I personally don’t mind this because Autumn is one of my favourite ...

He named me Malala (review) LFF 2015

  When Malala Youfsai was born, her father’s cousin showed him a family tree dating back 300 years. Malala’s father ...

Carol – film review by Sara Hemrajani (LFF 2015)

The love that dare not speak its name is explored with wonderful sensitivity by Cate Blanchett andRooney Mara in Carol, the latest period drama ...

Tammy Knox, Family Law Young Solicitor of the Year

We, at Lawyers Life are always happy when one of our friends succeeds. So, we’re delighted to report that Tammy ...

The Lobster – film review by Sara Hemrajani ...

Has any contemporary filmmaker approached the themes of dating and relationships with such delicious cynicism as Yorgos Lanthimos? In his English-language ...

Macbeth – close encounters of the Fassbender kind

(These fantastic drawings of Michael Fassbender are by a wonderful artist called Stefanie Hochriegl. Thank you Steffi!)       ...

Suffragette review and Meryl Streep LFF 2015

Suffragette isn’t a film about women’s history.  So said actress and living goddess, Meryl Streep at the press conference for ...

Women family lawyers part 2

  Part 2 Lawyers Life spoke to a group of female family lawyers about a range of topics to do ...

“Men Are People, Too” by Dr Carol Apt

Why do people stay in bad relationships? Why would a woman stay with a man who has been unfaithful, or ...