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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Released under investigation: The real reason why fewer people are being charged with offences [Legal Cheek]

Day in the life… of a child protection silk [Counsel Magazine]

Can you be liable for defamation for what other people write on your Facebook page? [Inforrm’s Blog]

Britain is less elitist than it was but there is still a long way to go [Spectator blogs] (free but registration required)

Law Firm Pride. Or, why it might look like law firms prefer gay lawyers to women lawyers [Lawyer Watch]

Every dog has its day [A view from the North]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Privacy international, parliamentary sovereignty and the synthetic constitution [UK Constitutional Law Association]

‘We need to talk about sexual violence in prisons’ [The Justice Gap]

Criminalising children: at what age and what cost? [Law Gazette]

In conversation with a diversity and inclusion specialist [Legal Futures]

Event: Inside Track: How to become a City lawyer — with Baker McKenzie, Hogan Lovells, Mayer Brown, PRIME and BPP Law School [Legal Cheek Hub]

“All firms should be obligated to advertise base salaries excluding any bonuses. The current trend of throwing in every bonus under the sun is very misleading.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Jobs, jobs, jobs [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

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