Oh joy. No matter how many editions of the times law supplement that I read, either hard-copy from the paper or the email version, I 'never seem to tire of it'. (Cue the big sponsorship fee from 'The Times' for plugging them. Sigh.... if only).
Actually, if the out-and-out truth be told, my attention has waned considerably over the last few years to the point where I often neglect reading it all together. Often, in the case of the email edition, it might take me a few weeks before I get round to reading it. By that time, of course, the content is far from fresh and generally useless (a bit like the mouldy loaf of bread I found the other day lurking out of sight behind the breadbin – and yes, it had developed its own eco system since April). Anyway, I remember my A-level law lecturer advising that all her students read this supplement with a view to enhancing their knowledge and ‘reading around the subject area’. BTW: I’ve never really understood that phrase; if you’re meant to be studying a subject, isn’t it best to read THAT subject rather than AROUND IT? Just kidding. My point here is the varying degree of quality of this supplement; it used to be good and substantial. Nowadays, more often than not, it’s filled with more off-center and obscure 'poppycock' and is a mere shadow of its former self. Not even sure why I bother with it anymore.