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A few thoughts on the “£23m extra” for legal aid [The Secret Barrister]

Durham Law School dean Thom Brooks: Only a referendum on May’s Brexit deal can end deadlock in parliament [Huffington Post]

What is ‘substantial injustice’ for the purposes of a criminal case review? [UK Human Rights Blog]

Brexit deal: Martin Howe QC responds to No. 10’s ‘rebuttal’ (registration required) [The Spectator]

A brief introduction to the concept of privacy under English law [Inforrm’s Blog]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Assisted dying: Will the UK ever alter the law? [Legal Cheek Journal]

Reality versus the robot lawyers [Legal Futures]

How the ‘experts’ are damaging democracy [UnHerd]

“The gist of the problem is that far too many students with poor English and poor oral presentation (irrespective of their command of English generally) are allowed onto BPTC courses. This makes the classes run badly…” [Legal Cheek comments]

Event: How to make it as a barrister with 5 Essex Court, Hardwicke, Landmark Chambers and 4 New Square [i am going]

Jobs jobs jobs! [Legal Cheek Hub]

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