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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Mark Stephens: I’m a lawyer representing one of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged victims. I know how wealthy men can buy their way out of trouble [i newspaper]

Thread: The Telegraph’s battle to publish ‘confidential’ details of complaints of misconduct against a prominent businessman [Twitter]

Robert Craig and Gavin Phillipson: Could the ‘Meaningful Vote’ End up in Court? [UK Constitutional Law Association]

David Allen Green: ‘5 reasons a second Brexit referendum can’t happen — despite huge People’s Vote march’ [Mirror]

In the public interest? NDAs after ABC [Lawyer Watch]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

After Baker McKenzie chair takes leave for ‘exhaustion,’ other leaders share pressures [The American Lawyer]

Asia Bibi’s life is in the hands of the Pakistan Supreme Court [Barrister Blogger]

The importance of having the right expertise [Legal Futures]

What does artificial intelligence look like? [Legal Cheek Journal]

“Just train as a litigator at a city firm (or any other area if your background is strong) and move across. The expense and risks of going to the bar are not worth it. The sooner firms start offering pupillages (‘in-house’) the better.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Events events events! [Legal Cheek Hub]

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