Druid leader King Arthur loses legal fight over Stonehenge remains
The Guardian reports: High court refuses judicial review of decision to remove 5,000-year-old ‘royal’ remains from Stonehenge for analysis
I had the pleasure, some years ago, of drinking with King Arthur. There aren’t too many lawyers or law bloggers who can claim that. I also read his excellent book. He has led an extraordinary life as a peaceful activist – and I very much enjoyed our various evenings together. He drank cider. I drank, as always, Rioja.
A trip back to 1974 – harmless banter or offensive prejudice?
Legal Bizzle writes in Legal Week – about a meeting with two senior lawyers and his discomfort at their mild racism and midget jokes. It is a good piece and worth a read.
Women in the Law…equality?
I had the pleasure of doing a podcast with Felicity Gerry last week on Women in The Law.
Felicity Gerry tweeted me yesterday: