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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

A “Burma Brexit” — why Remainers should allow the Brexit mandate to be discharged [Jack of Kent]

Digitising documents, yes. Digitising clients, no. The Secret Barrister’s resistance to the video-link revolution is both practical and principled [Counsel Magazine]

Legal Hackette lunches with William Clegg QC [Legal Hackette’s Brief]

The Icing on the Cake [Spinning Hugo]

Opinion: Time to open up reporting of courts and take justice out of the shadows [Yorkshire Post]

Gay cake judgment: Human rights barrister explains what you need to know about the big decision [Legal Cheek]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Your Halloween costume is ‘sexy’ + your biggest fear — law edition [Twitter]

GCC diplomatic crisis update: Qatar’s new request for consultation with Saudi to address IP violations [IPKat]

A new podcast called ‘Legal Entrepreneurs’ with Reviewed & Cleared has just launched [Twitter]

“Law is f***ing boring. Can’t argue with advice to knock out a mid 2.1 in a more interesting, less time demanding subject like History, still be treated the same by grad recruitment and get the bonus of an added year as a student doing the GDL.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Events events events! [Legal Cheek Hub]

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