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5 April, 2019

#100faces#100years

Last week, as well as updates on the dreaded ‘B-word’, my twitter feed was full of photos of women working in the law, posted by those involved in the mass photo shoot organised by the First 100 Years project to celebrate International Women’s Day last month. Almost 1,000 women had their photos taken and the photos have now been circulated to everyone pictured.

5 March, 2019
injury

Reporting clinical negligence cases

It was refreshing to see the Law Society Gazette this week bring some much-needed balance to the gross misreporting about clinical negligence claims. All too often, those who receive a clinical negligence pay-out are described as scroungers by the media and their compensation treated as though it is a windfall.

13 February, 2019

Celebrating 100 years of women in the law

Black Letter Communications is proud to be working with The First 100 Years, ­the ground-breaking project charting the journey of women in the legal profession. This year is a pivotal year for the project as it sets out to mark the centenary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919

11 March, 2017
BBC Interview

The perils of live TV

“Never work with children or animals” W.C. Fields famously said. After this week’s hilarious live interview with BBC World News, Robert E Kelly, an academic in South Korea, is probably going to suggest this is updated to “Never work while children are in the house.”