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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

How a private equity boom fuelled the world’s biggest law firm [Financial Times]

Expert witnesses: a crisis in the criminal courts [Barrister Blogger]

Internal Combustion [A view from the North]

Lawyers by day, Uber drivers and bartenders by night [The New York Times]

Sampling Mumbo Jumbo: Minecraft YouTuber receives copyright claims on hundreds of videos in a matter of hours [The IPKat]

Richard Ekins: Human rights and the morality of law [UK Constitutional Law Association]

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Tenant Fees Act 2019: Goodbye to unfair letting charges? [Legal Cheek Journal]

The SRA’s diversity reporting figures – Why bother? [Legal Futures]

How to leave work at the front door [Law Society Gazette]

“[Their point on criticising vacation schemes for being incredibly expensive for non-London based students to attend is so valid. Most firms don’t allow expenses to be claimed for accommodation/train fees (although train fees for assessment centres is often covered). Added to that, even if some level of extra renumeration is given, this can take ages to actually come through.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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