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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Juries are locked in deliberation rooms and told to never reveal what happens – so how can we trust their decisions? [iNews]

Fiona Onasanya: what is it like to represent yourself in the Court of Appeal? [Barrister Blogger]

A collapsed case shows the perils of policing ‘transphobia’ [The Spectator] (registration required)

24 days to Brexit — a brief roundup [Obiterj]

Blades — no glory [Minted Law]

We still can’t get over this correction to the New York Times’s Chris Grayling piece [New Statesman]

Remorse: A sorry story [BBC Radio 4]

Apple’s trade mark opposition goes pear shaped… [The IPKat]

Judges could help ‘defeat a tyrannical regime’ [The JC]

Comment: Too much jam today for partners yet the future of law will need long-term investment [Legal Business]

Joshua Rozenberg: president’s precedent favours transparency [Law Society Gazette]

Best advice at this Biglaw firm is not to ever have sex [Above The Law]

“These initiatives are of little help when the culture looks down on juniors using them. How much can an NQ do when a partner pressures them on staying? And on the broader culture side, you arguably can’t leave your team hanging when things are busy (ie most of the time)” [Legal Cheek comments]

Diverse range of practitioners sought to serve as clerks and panel members at disciplinary tribunals [Legal Cheek Hub]

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