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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

The meaning of justice [The Secret Barrister]

The Tommy Robinson judgment — what does it all mean? [The Secret Barrister]

Why Tommy Robinson has been released on bail [The Spectator Blogs] (registration required)

Read the Court of Appeal’s Tommy Robinson judgment in full [Courts and Tribunals Judiciary]

David Allen Green: ‘No-deal’ Brexit and the sovereignty myth [Financial Times] (registration required)

Easy peasy trade mark squeezy [The IPKat]

Is the Supreme Court’s landmark life-support ruling a step closer to allowing assisted dying? [Legal Cheek Journal]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Barristers hate not working [Wellbeing at the Bar Blog]

Disputes Eye — An English court in Paris: another warning shot [Legal Business]

Without access to loans, homeless student lived in a car while finishing law school [Above The Law]

The Hearing – A Legal Podcast [iTunes]

“They [Clifford Chance] can increase TC numbers to 200+ if they so choose, but as long as the NQ pay remains this low, they will keep on steadily losing their best and brightest associates to US firms, no matter what…” [Legal Cheek comments]

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1 Comment

Chris Rehill

Secret Barrister is pants. Goggzilla far better. Oh and which naughty blogger put the name of the false rape accuser in the Paddy Jackson trial all over the internet?


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