The White rabbit has excelled himself this last week with this….
High-flying married lawyer joins sleazy £40-a-head swingers’ party
Scotland’s Daily Record reports: “ONE of Scotland’s top criminal lawyers was caught in a mansion’s sex dungeon during a Sunday Mail probe into sordid swingers’ parties. The married lawman, who often appears in the High Court, took part in a £40-a-head bash where strangers, couples and transvestites had tawdry sex…..”
The report continued to provide sufficient salacious detail, without revealing the identity of the ‘lawman’ – because of privacy laws – to satisfy readers; but what I particularly enjoyed was this piece….“An eyewitness said: “It was depraved – only a handful of women were in the house and it was full of blokes.”
An eye witness…? Good grief…whatever next. Hat Tip to fellow tweeter @loveandgarbage for drawing my attention to this important legal development in social meedja.
Study to examine oversupply of LPC graduates
The Law Society Gazette has the story: Following on from recent coverage on the over supply of Bar students…. the SRA is coming under pressure from The Legal Services Board to look into the issue. There may be an issue of Competition Law? I understand that competition law issues have been raised before in aptitude tests and other ideas for restricting entry.
The Battle for Blawg Review of the Year. A very thorough review of all the Blawg Reviews of 201o.
Lex 2011 + The #Lex2011Tweetup
Brian Inkster and others have organised a tweet up for those on twitter and other lawyers who wish to attend…
Where: All Bar One, 58 Kingsway, Holborn, London, WC2 B6DX |When: Wednesday 16 March 2011 from 6.30pm onwards |Who: Legals who tweet (Twegals): Anyone who is interested in or associated with the law and who tweets. You don’t need to be attending Lex 2011 to come to the #Lex2011Tweetup.
I hope to attend. It will be a pleasure to meet fellow bloggers and tweeters.