Queen's Counsel is a cartoon satire on law and lawyers appearing in the law pages of The Times - Browse the archive for over 1,000 law cartoons, law jokes, lawyer jokes and law humour going back over twenty years. - Read more...
10 April 2014
Everyone is familiar with the war between the lawyer and his client...
05 April 2014
Truth can be a relative concept in the courtroom...
01 April 2014
20 March 2014
Everyone knows that lawyers love long, complex and expensive cases...
16 March 2014
Last week barristers went on strike....
10 March 2014
02 March 2014
Barristers and solicitors have a long standing and well-established rivalry...
20 February 2014
13 February 2014
06 February 2014
It doesn't necessarily pay to be opinionated - or even right - at a big law firm...
More about Queen's Counsel
Meet Sir Geoffrey Bentwood QC, who specializes in putting judges and juries to sleep while not-so-secretly longing to be promoted to the bench. His sidekick Edward Longwind takes lessons in pomposity from Sir Geoffrey. Meanwhile, Richard Loophole of Loophole and Fillibuster does his best to bankrupt his clients, whilst working his associates to death and pretending to remember some of the law he learned at school. At the mercy of all of them is the luckless Mr Sprocket, the endlessly unsuccessful litigant whose lawyers will not rest until they have spent all of his money.
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