Yes, that's New Statesman readers...
1 Crown Office Row barrister Adam Wagner, who also edits the UK Human Rights Blog, has been savaged in the comments section of the New Statesman website for a piece he wrote for the apparently progressive publication...
This afternoon Guardian Law editor Ros Taylor marked the end of an era when she announced via Twitter that her job is to be "abolished" and Guardian Law to be run instead by a "semi-automated" feed...
"Dear @TheSunNewspaper. The Human Rights Act has nothing to do with the EU and the Court of Appeal is not an EU court!" wrote 1 Crown Office Row barrister Adam Wagner yesterday on Twitter.
He was responding to The Sun's "Inhuman Rights" story – which mangled a host of legal facts.
At which point, as Wagner's tweet was retweeted over 50 times, the legal profession's pent-up frustration with Britain's favourite red top began to spill forth in a glorious stream of anti-tabloid bile (some of which is pictured below)...
Robert Jay QC’s comments on the liability of internet service providers (ISPs) are startling [Inforrm]
Google facing legal battle from British internet users who complain firm has breached their privacy [Mail Online]
Google, privacy and a new kind of lawsuit [Paul Bernal's Blog]
Lance Armstrong seeks legal route to comeback [The Times]
46 women feature in The Lawyer 'Hot 100' [The Lawyer]
Royal interference, CourtTube and religious freedom – the Human Rights Roundup [UK Human Rights Blog]
Comic book hero Judge Dredd "might be gay" [The Independent]
Metaphor of the week: "The Law Society is as useful as a marzipan dildo, especially when it comes to City law" [nob]
Being a general counsel: a dream job, or a nightmare? [Above the Law]
The Good Wife: series 4 episode 1 – review [The Telegraph]
Equal marriage on the way as Bill published [UK Human Rights Blog]
Pull up your socks, Johnny Foreigner [Law Society Gazette]
Eversheds chief explains that "everything we’ve done has had culture at the heart" as news breaks that 166 staff at the firm face the axe [The Lawyer]
From Wolverhampton Poly to video games law glamour: How neighbour's invention of a computer game propelled solicitor Robert Bond on an incredible journey [Financial Times]
Earl of Cardigan 'spat and threw stones' at barristers' clerk [The Telegraph]
The milestones in a lawyer's career when finding a new role makes sense [The Guardian]
Five minutes with the new head of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) [Chambers Student]
Lindsay Lohan's longtime lawyer quits [Female First]
Allen and Overy creates new jobs in Belfast [BBC News]
Law Society warns solicitors to protect themselves against "biased" barristers’ terms [Legal Futures]
Context is everything – European Court of Human Rights struck out 99% of UK cases in 2012 [UK Human Rights Blog]
Who owns the copyright on barristers’ advocacy? [UK Human Rights Blog]
Snow penis elicits chortles at DLA Piper [RollOnFriday]
56-year-old British grandmother sentenced to death by firing squad in Indonesia for drug trafficking [BBC News]
How UK libel laws undermined Sunday Times in Lance Armstrong case [The Guardian]
A&O joins host of firms announcing trainee retention rates [Legal Week]
Canadian gunman kills lawyer and doctor and critically wounds female prosecutor in Philippines court [Mail Online]
Director of Public Prosecutions pledges to clamp down on tax dodgers and avoidance schemes [Evening Standard]
Catastrophe averted as Hunter the cat returns to Inner Temple [The Lawyer]