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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

The lies and liars of Brexit [The Spectator] (free but registration required)

Lessons from the Ipswich Family Court: 7 mistakes that litigants in person often make [Barrister Blogger]

The advent of Brexit — can it be paused? [UK Constitutional Law Association blog]

Not a member of the old boy’s club [Young Bar Hub]

Who wants to be Donald Trump’s lawyer? He needs a good one [The Guardian]

Costs and ‘absurd’ conduct in litigation: how to waste £1 million [Civil Litigation Brief]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

‘On the 10th day of Christmas the Lord Chancellor gave to me…’ [Twitter]

Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR  [ICLR]

Open justice and technology: Friend or foe? [Legal Futures]

Comment: PRIME and the rise of law’s tick-box diversity ‘solution’ [Legal Business]

Australia’s defamation laws are ripe for overhaul [Inforrm’s Blog]

Why we need to reform the archaic law of surrogacy [Legal Cheek Journal]

“That is making things confusing. So you refer to the judge as learned as Rafferty and her lot strike you down for it. You take a less formal approach, no doubt other judges will strike you down. There should be one uniform way of referring to the judiciary so you can avoid annoying them.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Jobs jobs jobs! [Legal Cheek Hub]

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