Student law guide in Times Online

The Times Online law section today (registration should be free) has a big section for students today, including information on barristers/solicitors, traineeships/pupillages, applications, media law, magistrates’ legal advisers, and also ‘the top ten’ legal thrillers. The term ‘justices’ legal adviser’ was new to me; it apparently means anyone who is doing the kind of things a justices’ clerk does but is not a clerk – so presumably there is one Clerk to the Justices per court, and the rest are trainees or legal advisers. A Google search produced a lot of documents that assumed the term was known, as did a search at the Department for Constitutional Affairs.
(Via Handakte WebLAWg)

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