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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

How can Mr Loophole defend David Beckham when he knows he is guilty? [Barrister Blogger]

Guest post by Francis FitzGibbon QC: A response to Michael Turner QC on Advocates’ Graduated Fees [The Secret Barrister]

The Children Act — A lesson for lawyers [Counsel of Perfection]

Police pre-interview failure to disclose makes justice a stacked game [Minted Law]

What does a no deal Brexit mean for trade marks and designs? [The IPKat]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Twitter thread: ‘Criminal steals big wodge of money, soft judge only makes them pay a fraction of it back’ [The Secret Barrister]

Barristers’ Working Lives: something must be done [Counsel Magazine]

Keep up to date with the leading clinical negligence judgments this year [Learned Friend]

Blockchain and the customer [Legal Futures]

The Equalities Watchdog will investigate whether victims of discrimination are being denied justice by legal aid cuts [BuzzFeed]

“LawCatz sounds like a cheesy GCSE Law revision piece you’d find on BBC Bitesize” [Legal Cheek comments]

Events events events! [Legal Cheek Hub]



The blog on the Children Act is very good.


Ciaran Goggins

Secret Barrister is a plod shill. Goggzilla is better.



It started with a kiss



a bit cheeky, but could you give a plug for my Play Liberty ? tells the true story how the lgbtq and Civil Rights movement was established in 1930s Britain lead by the Scot and almost certainly most important UK civil rights activist past 100 years. The play is being staged part Deptford Heritage festival and the Global LGBTQ history month 14-28 Feb with amazing big name cast to be announced soon. Tickets on sale NOW with Ticket sauce and SEE Tickets £15 or £25 for the Valentines day celebrety opening night. ALL profits from the festival fund a school holiday programme feeding and keeping kids safe during the Holidays. After all Should not we ALL be aware how our Civil Rights was won? the Duncan Vs Jones case one of the biggest court cases of the 1930s. Would be great for a law firm that specialises in Human and Civil Rights Sponsor this plays 2 week run


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