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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

David Allen Green: The legal logistics of revoking Article 50 [Finacial Times] (registration required)

What the critics of the ‘right to sex’ judge got wrong [The Spectator] (registration required)

Things movies always get wrong about lawyers [Looper]

Discriminatory instructions [Counsel Magazine]

Meet the lawyer helping Premier League footballers delete embarrassing social media posts [iNews]

Judges and social media — Your Honour, should you be using Twitter in court? [City A.M.]

Scottish immigration appeal incorrectly lodged in England, nobody notices for four years [Free Movement]

Mark Zuckerberg: The Internet needs new rules. Let’s start in these four areas [Washington Post]

David Allen Green: The UK is now in the worst possible Brexit predicament [Finacial Times] (registration required)

The Max Clifford judgment [Bailii]

Joshua Rozenberg: Going to extremes in fight against terror [Law Society Gazette]

Legal industry awards — are they worth entering? [Legal Futures]

London white-collar crime boutique firm seeks solicitor to join its expanding team [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Nothing wrong with a navy suit and brown shoes. This is one of those rules pompous people just make up” [Legal Cheek comments]

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Re the Counsel Magazine article, I’m not sure that most people did agree with Popal’s approach. I think the majority of people felt that raising the matter without naming the solicitor or giving them the chance to respond meant that the full background to this matter is not known and has led to people making wildly diverging assumptions.


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