The Lincoln’s Inn Annual Review 2022 showcases the breadth of activity that took place throughout the Inn’s 600th Anniversary year. Key developments are highlighted as we reflect on the Inn’s heritage alongside its role in contemporary society, celebrating improvements that will help us to flourish and remain as relevant in the 21st century as we were six hundred years ago.
This year’s Review is ‘digital first’ and we hope you enjoy the additional features this allows; embedded videos for you to watch as you go, links to additional image galleries and further information, the ability to navigate to related articles or to click on “Annual Review 2022” at the top of any page to instantly return to the Contents page. Zoom in an out as you wish and navigate the pages using the right and left arrows.
In additional to our popular regular items, special features include; Chris Loweth on life as a BBC lawyer, Professor Sarah Brown on the stained glass windows restoration in Chapel, and an insight into the Inn as a popular location for film and TV productions. And if you have ever wondered what spaniels, penguins and camels have in common, the answer is that they all feature in our heraldic panels article, which this year looks at the creation of the coats of arms of Lord Briggs, Jonathan Crow KC and Sir Simon Bryan.
Thank you to all our members and employees who contributed to the Review.
Ordering printed copies
The Annual Review is now a digital publication for three key reasons – improved user experience, increased sustainability and greater cost effectiveness.
If you are a member of Lincoln’s Inn based in the UK and you specifically require a hard copy of the Annual Review, then please submit an order via this form and we will fulfil a short print run. Please bear in mind that the interactive features of the digital version will not be available in the printed version.
The deadline for print orders is Friday 12 May 2023. Maximum one copy per member. UK postage only.
The print run and distribution will take approximately six weeks to fulfil, meaning hard copies will not be received before July 2023.