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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Chris Daw QC on the Spectator podcast arguing for the legalisation of drugs [The Spectator]

Peter Hitchens awaits the Secret Barrister’s response [Twitter]

A major transparency announcement from the top family judge [Transparency Project]

The Tory party will split. How many will jump on the Farage chicken run and join the Betrayal Party? [Jerry Hayes’ Blog]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Why Kings Chambers’ Nigel Poole QC thinks barristers should no longer wear wigs [Talking Law]

Flexible tenancies: the High Court will decide [Nearly Legal]

‘If they don’t listen to us, then who will they listen to?’ Grenfell families blast inquiry [The Justice Gap]

Under-promoted, oddly-timed and confusing to outsiders: why the bar is not making the most of its scholarships [Legal Cheek]

The Freshfields £100k thread [Legal Cheek Comments]

Sponsor LawCare on the London Legal Walk [Virgin Money]

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2 Comments

Anonymous

The Secret Barrister is actually Lord Harley.

Anonymous

And Peter Hitchens is a knob. A great big fucking knob.

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