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What does ‘more with less’ mean for the legal industry? [Forbes]

Boris Johnson’s Duty to Resign [Spinning Hugo]

The law on using a phone while driving is a complete mess [The Spectator] (registration required)

100 years for women, 40 years for me [Law Society Gazette]

9 weird and wonderful Scottish laws that are still in effect today [The Scotsman]

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Comment: As specialists thrive in law’s Darwinian age too many drift on [Legal Business]

Beyond the buzzword: how we really achieve diversity [Legal Futures]

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BoJo’s only duty is to deliver democracy and rid us of the EuroProject.


Interesting that Hodge Jones and Allen, the firm where the author of the Law Society Gazette piece works, is said in the article to have 62% female partners.

I wonder if there will be the usual zeal to tackle this lack of diversity, calls for quotas, etc, or if this only happens when the perceived discrimination is against females.

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