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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

David Allen Green: escaping the shadow of AV Dicey and putting parliament in its place [Prospect Magazine]

If a woman is raped, is there any point in her reporting it? [The Guardian]

Noises on and off: in the magistrates’ court [The Justice Gap]

Purdah or purgatory. Save the ‘BoJo one’ [Minted Law]

Law in Action: abusive parents [BBC Radio 4]

Privacy, celebrities and the media [Legal Cheek Journal]

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Junior Lawyers Division: calling time on booze culture [The Law Society]

Bentley Motors found to have infringed small clothing firm’s ‘Bentley’ trade marks [The IPKat]

Taking a strategic approach to cyber-risk [Legal Futures]

An exhaustive collection of lawyer pickup lines to be quoted in your next restraining order [Above The Law]

“‘Gender equality’ needs to take into account imbalance in the higher end of the professions given so many woman choose to leave to look after children or move to other roles following motherhood. 50% is not a reasonable number.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Event: How tech is changing law and business — with Herbert Smith Freehills [Legal Cheek Events]

Jobs, jobs, jobs! [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

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