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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

David Allen Green: Attacks on the justice system do not come out of nowhere — it’s time for the UK to fight for openness [Prospect Magazine]

Juries abjured: Why MPs should press pause before pressing tweet [Counsel of Perfection]

Robert Craig: Judicial review of advice to prorogue parliament [UK Constitutional Law Association blog]

Piers Morgan was challenged by The Secret Barrister over his failure to criticise Donald Trump and it’s perfect [Independent]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Joshua Rozenberg: Farewell Gauke, friend of the judiciary — for now [Law Society Gazette]

“Absolutely quality selection of vintage Sainsbury’s Magazines in the waiting area at Edmonton County Court” [Twitter]

Guest blog: The not so Secret Barrister [Bar Council]

The 7 habits of highly effective solicitors [Legal Futures]

Secrets to Success — Nottingham with Browne Jacobson, Freeths, Gateley, Shoosmiths and ULaw [iamgoing]

“I have personally paid a tutor to do my tests for various firms including CC, FF, Links, Simmons etc. Not proud of this but these tests are absolute garbage and do not determine if someone will be a good lawyer or not. I ended up getting 2 vacation schemes.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Jobs, jobs, jobs [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

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