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Thursday Thoughts part 3: Imposter syndrome, Tips by Rehna

In 1998 Robin Williams, the late, great comic actor, famous for Mrs Doubtfire and playing the genie in Aladdin, won ...

Thursday Thoughts : Imposter syndrome part 2 By Rehna

The prisoners,to my left and right, watch me through the bars of the small window on their cell doors as ...

Wednesday worry: Imposter syndrome by Tim Bergin

Am I really just an imposter? by Tim Bergin, family law barrister Recently, attending a legal meeting, I was struck ...

Tuesday Trial: How safe is it to return to court? ...

The Trial of a Jury Trial by Rina On Tuesday of last week (26th May), I woke up to what ...

Thursday Thriving: Transferring to the Bar by Caroline Landes

Caroline Landes was a successful solicitor/partner in a big law firm. After 31 years she made a major life decision  ...

Monday Morning :Remote Hearings, part 2

How is each Court dealing with remote hearings? *the information provided below is that within our knowledge and is not ...

Monday Morning : Remote Hearings : the courts lowdown

With guidance coming out daily about how best to conduct remote hearings, it’s hard to keep up. It’s made harder ...

Monday Morning : Client Care during Covid-19

How are clients coping in this brave new Covid 19 world? By Hannah Sparkes, Marketing Manager at 7BR and Keeley ...

Monday Morning :Remote hearings during Covid-19 by Hilary Lennox

My experience with virtual hearings during the COVID-19 Pandemic by Hilary Lennox, barrister called to the Bar in Ireland in 2008, ...

Monday Morning : Part 2: Litigation in the time of ...

Following on from the helpful tips provided in the article by Eleanor Clotworthy, two other barristers report their positive experience ...