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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Tommy Robinson’s appeal: what happened? [The Secret Barrister]

A report on the Cliff Richard case from the chambers whose barristers acted on it [5RB]

This is the story of my encounter with our justice system [Terence Eden’s Blog]

Mills V Mills [Leisha on Law]

If digital intermediaries are to be regulated, how should it be done? [Inforrm]

One cheer for the Brexit white paper [David Allen Green’s FT blog] (Free but registration required)

What’s ailing the President of the European Commission? [The Spectator blogs] (Free but registration required)

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Does ‘Glen’ make you think of Scottish whisky? CJEU leaves answer to the local court [The IPKat]

Star performer law firm finally hits a wall [Legal Business]

Resting in peace? How we need to regulate the industry which thrives on your afterlife [Legal Cheek Journal]

Jo Maugham QC thread on election law [Twitter]

Nigel Pascoe’s Guide For Young Advocates: Essential reading for all aspiring advocates [Barrister Blogger]

Robin Murray’s address to the Young Fabian Lawyers Network and Young Legal Aid Lawyers [Minted Law]

“All of those years of hard work, determination and intellectual rigor leading to oneself being described as one’s “former bench buddy”; simply delicious.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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David Allen Green is useless, try Goggzilla



One wonders why LC would release their list of official news sources…



LC’s value is surely derived from drawing out anything to do with Lady Hale, Love Island, Big Money Cash Dollar Law, Career Conundrums, gender equality etc.



Very interesting how the last item on this list was moderated, but there is nothing to signify the fact that it has indeed been moderated. Has there been a change to the Legal Cheek moderation policy?



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