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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Guest post by Mukul Chawla QC: Reflections from my years at the independent bar [The Secret Barrister]

The Peter Hain Case: The Effect of Article IX [UK Constitutional Law Association]

You’re fired: A litigator on The Apprentice 6: Somewhat down at heel — ‘Basically, it’s just a lot of fancy bollocks for some shoes’ [Civil Litigation Brief]

Immigration minister throws settled status of EU citizens into confusion [Free Movement]

Thread: Think of the law students trying to decode the language used by referees in legal directories [Twitter]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Bar Council: A short film about the real life impact of cuts to legal aid and justice [Twitter]

Religious intolerance — ES v Austria [ObiterJ]

Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR  [ICLR]

A message from the Director Of Public Prosecutions: Alison Saunders [CBA]

A list of spooky law firm names [Above The Law]

Auctioning Art(ificial Intelligence): The IP implications of Edmond de Belamy [The IPKat]

“As a law graduate, I now know that the real tough degrees are the scientific ones. Any degree where you can study for exams by cramming a few weeks prior (and still achieve very good grades) is not an objectively tough degree.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Events events events! [Legal Cheek Hub]

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