Category: Legal profession

Employment Tribunal judgments are now available online

Anyone can now search online for Employment Tribunal judgments about employers following the launch of a new database of first-instance decisions

It’s Law mostly’s first birthday this week! Here’s 12 months of blogging at a glance

This year was dominated by political crises, legal scandals and government failure. Here’s how I blogged it. And why.

I’m supposed to be on holiday. So what am I doing writing this?

View this post on Instagram La Concha, Spain. A post shared by Ben Amunwa (@benamunwa) on Sep 6, 2016 at […]

the Justice Gap: Why not name the businesses behind Brexit legal challenge?

The Justice Gap blog have kindly published my piece about the Brexit legal challenge. You can read it here. The […]

Why aren’t you naming the businesses behind Brexit legal challenge?

Arguably the most important constitutional legal case in living memory is being supported by unnamed businesses, individuals and business persons. […]

Balancing act: how it went, in words and pictures

For those who missed it, here’s a run-down of our event on Tuesday evening (Balancing act: a 36 Immigration Forum on […]

What SEN lawyers can learn from the #bakersmall twitter scandal

I have a confession: I am a Special Educational Needs (‘SEN’) lawyer and I work mainly for local authorities. On occasion […]

5 tips to nail that pupillage* interview

It’s that time of year again and a few friends have asked me for advice on how to nail, ace […]

Why bother blogging? A lawyer’s perspective

My colleagues say they’re surprised I have time to blog. I’m surprised that they don’t.