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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]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

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]

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Sponsor LawCare on the London Legal Walk [Virgin Money]

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