It's been a good week for…

Princess Diana's former lover James Hewitt, represented by Harkavys, who has won his battle to keep 64 love letters she sent to him after bringing legal action. London firm Lawrence Graham acted for the Princess's estate.

The Law Society, which has been allowed by the Government to continue regulating immigration solicitors, despite one former Chancery Lane official labelling the majority of these lawyers as either incompetent, or outright fraudsters.

Free speech, with QC and Labour legal luvvie, Helena Kennedy attacking Lord Irvine's plans to introduce public defenders. "There are serious risks in introducing a system which does not allow independent spirited activity," said Baroness Kennedy of The Shores. Mr Campbell would like to see you after class, Baroness Kennedy.