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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]

We’re recruiting! Legal Cheek is looking for an events coordinator and editorial assistant [Noticeboard]



The best way to tackle workplace bullying would be to cease to treat it as a gender issue and to have a generic law in place to tackle workplace bullying rather than one solely based on protected characteristics. Also, bullies in HR should be routed out.


Ciaran Goggins

Fewer crimes are being solved as plod is busy patrolling cyberspace looking for outrage.


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