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End Of The Day Round-Up

Indian bar must represent Delhi gang rape defendants, says Bar Council [The Lawyer] Revealed: Prince Charles’ incredible legal foresight as he wows government with his succession law insights [Mail Online] In-house lawyer’s campaign against “religious privilege” [The Lawyer] RIP: Herbert Smith [Muskogee Phoenix] Confessions of a troll [The Kernel] Where else can I use my… Read more »

End Of The Day Round-Up

Wannabe lawyers face new embarrassing Twitter archive threat [Mail Online] ‘If I could turn back time’: Leveson understood through the prism of Cher [Fleet Street Fox] The Lawyer’s Leveson breathlessness [The Lawyer] The rise of unorthodox university tuition fee funding methods [The Kernel] Have human rights hijacked the language of morals? [UK Human Rights Blog]… Read more »

End Of The Day Round-Up

Hit by cottaging revelations on Monday, becomes a university on Thursday: What a week for the College of Law! [Legal Cheek] Social media in perspective: why there are grounds for optimism in respect of the law [New Statesman] Fears LETR may lead to ‘misguided reform’ [Law Society Gazette] Lord McAlpine’s solicitor, Andrew Reid, on ITV… Read more »

End Of The Day Round-Up

‘You’ve missed your vocation as a lawyer’: Factory cleaner praised by coroner for taking on two barristers during inquest into her brother-in-law’s death in police custody [Mail Online] A war on Judicial Review? [UK Human Rights Blog] Friends reunite at Twitter [The Lawyer] Lord McAlpine just saved the internet [The Kernel] Revealed: White House lawyer… Read more »

End Of The Day Round-Up

No. 10 said to be looking for a judge after Tom Watson alleges “concerted establishment cover-up” [Guido Fawkes] Transcript of the trial of Guy Fawkes and his co-conspirators [Armistead.com] Pinsent Masons associate on how to start a…start-up [The Kernel] The entrepreneur who paid her way through law school by working as a cabbie [Huffington Post… Read more »

End Of The Day Round-Up

Say no to Movember [The Kernel] Now BBC ‘censors’ Savile emails: Lawyers pull messages hinting at a cover-up from Panorama documentary into sex scandal [Mail Online] Katie Holmes, divorce lawyer: actress takes NYC stroll with Jonathan Wolfe [Huffington Post] The future is grey for Mark Lewis, dandy of Leveson [Evening Standard] Court says lap dance… Read more »

End Of the Day Round Up

Dechert’s Miriam Gonzalez v 39 Essex Street’s Justine Thornton [Mail Online] Manchester Metropolitan University law student jailed for £1.5m VAT scam [Manchester Evening News] Social media laws to be discussed in wake of prosecutions [BBC] Judicious restraints [The Kernel] Unhappy consumers ‘intimidated by jargon’ [Law Society Gazette] ‘Statutory’ is not a bogey word [New Statesman]

Morning Round-Up: Thursday 6 September

Julian and Me – (perhaps) a final word [Jack of Kent] “Clinton’s…a lawyer slowly moving the jury to a judgment” [Andrew Sullivan on Twitter as Clinton backs Obama] Mars disowns the deep-fried bar: Lawyers send letter to Scottish chippy asking them to take it off the menu [Mail Online] Lawyer calls lap dancing an art… Read more »

Morning Round-Up: Monday 9 July

Three lawyers make Management Today’s ‘35 Women Under 35’ list – Management Today Serena Williams swaps tennis for television as she guest stars as a lawyer – Mail Online Lawyers aren’t the only ones buying Twitter followers – The Kernel Clive Stafford Smith: ‘The jury system in this country is utter insanity’ – The Guardian… Read more »

‘Do You Want To Be Kodak Or Instagram?’

Legal Cheek tech columnist i@n davison reviews Friday’s LawTechCampLondon. Do you want to be Kodak or Instagram? I have my wife ask me this question first thing every morning. No prizes for guessing which way I respond. But it is helpful to receive regular updates of key paradigms – and remind myself of where I… Read more »