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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

The Secret Barrister: The Tories’ tough talk on crime is shameless and cynical [The Guardian]

Lady Justice and the cult of the ‘girly swot’ [Medium]

The rule of law has become the rule of lawyers [The Spectator] (registration required)

On the (non-verbal) communication of consent [Secular Detective]

Guest comment: Has ‘far more assertive’ Supreme Court over-reached in Miller 2? [Legal Business]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

David Allen Green: That was the constitutional week that was [The Law and Policy Blog]

Liverpool FC fails in attempt to register LIVERPOOL as trade mark [The IPKat]

People who don’t know their knees from their thighs [Law Society Gazette]

Mental health and wellbeing in the law — with Taylor Wessing [Legal Cheek Events]

“This is a non story. In top end commercial /civil sets, it is customary to have a raft of juniors in large complicated cases, doing research, drafting bits of skellys or pleadings etc, for subsequent amendment by senior junior counsel.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Jobs, jobs, jobs [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

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The guy who wrote the Law Gazette article forgot to say that in sexual harassment cases, it must be reasonable for the conduct complained of to have the effect claimed. A material omission in the context of the article.


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