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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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