Tag Archives: law

John Bartlett, Leslie Phillips and Chequered Justice – a top class audiobook.

Today I am proud to present an interview with author John Bartlett, who has collaborated with famous British actor Leslie Phillips to create a top quality audiobook. Q: John, I read your book Chequered Justice a couple of years ago … Continue reading

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Interview with Tim Kevan, writer and barrister.

My new guest is Tim Kevan, author of the Baby Barista blog and two highly amusing (and slightly worrying) books about his life as a barrister, one of which I have reviewed on this blog. He also writes regular legal articles … Continue reading

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Law and Disorder: Confessions of a Pupil Barrister, by Tim Kevan

This is a lively, amusing, funny, cynical, compelling fiction about the life of a pupil barrister – Babybarista – in a set of chambers in London. It’s also, in its way, quite horrifying: if only half of the stories in … Continue reading

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Injustice – Clive Stafford Smith

This is a wonderful, shocking, compelling book. I have read many legal thrillers, including those by John Grisham (who endorses this book) but it is one thing to read about injustice, legal corruption and police incompetence in a fictional setting, … Continue reading

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