All Members of the Inn can sign up to receive both Graya and Graya News. Please visit the Gray’s Inn Online System (GIOS) to subscribe.
Both publications including all back issues are available to view in the Library.
Graya is the annual journal of Gray’s Inn, usually published in January. Contributions are written by Benchers and other distinguished members. Contents include learned articles, opinion pieces, reports of lectures and events, features on aspects of the Inn’s history, book reviews, a guide to the ‘Inn year’ and listings of newly-appointed Benchers and King’s Counsel, calls to the Bar and scholarships. As such, Graya serves as the Inn’s journal of record.
- Women Judges at the Old Bailey (PDF), Master Wendy Joseph
- What Made Gray’s Inn Unfashionable? (PDF), Master Timothy Shuttleworth
- The Portrait of King Charles III (PDF), Master Timothy Shuttleworth
Graya News is usually published in May and September. It adopts a magazine format, focusing on news, interviews and shorter pieces on the life of the Inn. It is also generously illustrated with photographs, providing an important visual counterpart to Graya as a record of the Inn.
Notwithstanding its more light-hearted tone, Graya News also features short informative articles on study and practice at the Bar, with topics including skeleton arguments, mooting, and criminal and civil advocacy. A selection can be found on the Resources page.
Selection of articles
From the latest edition of Graya News (number 40, spring 2023).