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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Boris Johnson’s Brexit prorogation is constitutional cheating [Financial Times] (registration required)

Adam Wagner: The Brexit crisis shows why the UK finally needs a written constitution [New Statesman]

Meet the lawyer-turned-tech entrepreneur trying to make justice available to all [Guardian]

Is no deal unlawful [Waiting for Tax]

Enterprise name vs. trade mark: throwing a straw against the wind? [The IPKat]

Facial recognition: ten reasons you should be worried about the technology [Inforrm’s Blog]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Let the public have a good sniff around court [Law Society Gazette]

List of questions grows for the SCT portal [Legal Futures]

“Not sure how law students get the label of “least hardworking” when the expectation is — outside of contact hours — that you will read 30-40 cases a week, along with journal articles and chapters, and write a 1500 word essay.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Event: Technology and emerging markets — with Clifford Chance [Legal Cheek Hub]

Jobs, jobs, jobs [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]



It’s funny how the LC writers’ posts never make the top legal blogosphere posts list



Isn’t it funny how the top anti police corruption blawg Goggzilla never gets a mench?


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