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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

David Allen Green: Scottish judges decide Boris Johnson misled the Queen [Financial Times]

The three numbers that measure Britain’s constitutional crisis [The Spectator]

An interview with Kieron Quirke writer of BBC series ‘Defending the Guilty’ [Counsel of Perfection]

Prorogation: Three Assumptions [UK Constitutional Law Association]

David Allen Green: Some general points on the astonishing Scots law case [Twitter]

Jonathan Sumption: Boris Johnson ‘is putting forward ideas which are essentially those of a fanatic’ [Prosepct Magazine]

Zao’s deepfake face-swapping app shows uploading your photos is riskier than ever [Inforrm’s Blog]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

An absolute car crash of an appeal [Civil Litigation Brief]

Brexit: testing the rule of law [Law Society Gazette]

Drake sued for copyright infringement of a beat [IPKat]

Unqualified and ideological: a guide to Trump’s worst judges [Huffington Post]

“She’s taking a break from her morally reprehensible and degrading profession to spend time as a prostitute.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Building a sustainable energy future — with Norton Rose Fulbright [Legal Cheek Events]

Jobs, jobs, jobs [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

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