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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

The heated debate that just makes us look daft [Pink Tape]

Lawyers for the poor: legal advice, voluntary action and citizenship in England, 1890-1990 [Social History Society]

Election 2019: ‘Populism is the order of the day’ [The Justice Gap]

No rehabilitation for the innocent [The Warr Zone]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill [UK Constitutional Law Association blog]

Questions of supremacy [Law Society Gazette]

Unexpected ways in which criminals target law firms [Legal Futures]

“If I am to accept that this list is an accurate depiction of life in law following one’s studies, I do not see why anyone considering attending any of the universities below Edinburgh (at #12) should bother, especially since tuition fees tripled in price. My alma mater is in the top half of the list, and I certainly wish I hadn’t bothered and picked a STEM subject instead.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Event: The rise of US law firms in London — with Shearman & Sterling [Legal Cheek Events]

Jobs, jobs, jobs! [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

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Ciaran Goggins

That Goggzilla one is frightfully good.

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