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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Can I work from home as a lawyer? [The Guardian]

Are you committing a crime if you sign a parliamentary petition in a false name? [Barrister Blogger]

A temporary prime minister? [The Norton View]

Talent spotting & topography shifting [Counsel Magazine]

Justice gap: the towns where there’s no access to free legal advice [The Guardian]

Did the UK Government act unlawfully by extending Article 50? [Public Law for Everyone]

What are the UK immigration rules on statelessness? [Free Movement]

Thread: #bartips [Twitter]

Starting your 2nd six [BPTC Lecturer]

Lessons must be learned from the Windrush scandal [The Law Society Gazette]

Lessons from the DWF IPO [Legal Futures]

The ICLR Pupillage Award 2019 [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Nobody needs a Sociology group meeting to discuss their presentation on a big table in the middle of the law library. Some subjects require more use of physical texts and analysis than others — I wouldn’t go and sit in a biology lab and light a bunsen burner to read Dicey.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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