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World Cup adventures by Francis Cassidy

World Cup fever is high. English fans are ecstatic. It may be coming home. So, what’s it like to attend ...

Neil Clark: My path to law

All lawyers go to public school, then Oxbridge and get a leg up from daddy who is a High Court ...

Cannes I get a witness!

  You need to stock up on the energy levels to survive the Cannes film festival because it’s probably the ...

Monaco: the bubble and beyond

By Francesca : Life in Monaco: The Bubble and beyond March was a quiet month in Monte Carlo…with the exception ...

London life v Monaco days

Life in Monaco so far – so good? By Francesca. A few months ago my uncle sent me a card ...

Hong Kong

First the bad news: Hong Kong is FAR. Certainly from England. It’s an expensive place. It has more Starbucks than ...

New York, New York, home of bargains

By Carla Findlay-Dons I knew there had to be an advantage to working in New York’s Financial District. Long have ...

Elegant, safe city travel: the RiutBag By Sarah Giblin

On a daily commute it isn’t just documents and a bite to eat lawyers are carrying. You’re unleashed on to ...

ANGELA’S HANDBAGS – by Angela Piears

HANDBAGS: Radley totes the best – says Angela Piears, Personal Injury and Housing specialist at 42 Bedford Row, London. Finding the ...

LAMBETH COURT | GETTING THERE /Sustenance/Things to do

Closest underground station is Kennington, on the Northern Line. Buses: Stopping near Kennington station are: 133, 155, 333, 415 Stopping ...