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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

The gender pay gap will only close when we can all work flexibly [ iNews]

Would you like salami with your pepper? [The Tartan Con]

Lewis Graham: Lady Justices and Dissent on the Court of Appeal of England and Wales [UK Constitutional Law Association]

Stress, lawyers & litigators: practical links and practical steps [Civil Litigation Brief]

Why is the UK Government keeping us in the dark over Article 50? [Good Law Project]

We’re Not Alright, Jack! [CrimBarrister blog]

Jo Johnson is a good and decent man. His resignation was principled but ultimately futile [Jerry Hayes’ Blog]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

In male-dominated law firms, women still reign over marketing [The American Lawyer]

Is blockchain the future of solving human rights issues? [Legal Cheek Journal]

Enforcing copyright in government documents? Not as uncommon as one might think [The IPKat]

How accessible is your recruitment process? [Legal Futures]

Billable Hour Appeal [Twitter]

“Their trainees probably won’t be included because they’ll be the concierges” [Legal Cheek comments]

Events events events! [Legal Cheek Hub]

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