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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

The lawyer duo who job-share at partnership level [Financial Times]

Paul Dacre: Do I regret the ‘Enemies of the people’ front page? Hell no! [The Spectator] (registration required)

Thread: Criminal law vocabulary explained [Twitter]

Why are fewer crimes being solved? [BBC News]

Sentencing the Catalan separatists: The painful vindication of equality before the law and separation of powers [UK Constitutional Law Blog]

Staying sane as a litigator: ‘Own your mistakes’ [Civil Litigation Brief]

Some better tips for surviving the law degree [Party Political]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

What ‘Coleen Rooney vs Rebekah Vardy’ tells us about contemporary gender politics [Inforrm’s Blog]

‘Big Tech’ and competition law explained [Legal Cheek Journal]

Tackle bullying and harassment from the top [Law Society Gazette]

The use of extraterritorial jurisdiction to prosecute returning foreign fighters [Criminal Justice in Ireland blog]

10 rookie errors every first year law student must avoid [Legal Cheek]

Book Review: Robot Rules, Regulating Artificial Intelligence [The IPKat]

“Unless you graduated top of the class from a top law school in the US, did a summer associate job and started your professional career in New York City from day one, you can forget about relocating to New York full time (unless it is a temporary secondment with an overseas office).” [Legal Cheek comments]

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