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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Our legal system is broken. Who will fix it? [The Guardian]

What public interest was there in prosecuting Supt Robyn Williams for possessing a video she never wanted? [Barrister Blogger]

10 lesser-known election laws you need to know about [Legal Cheek]

Tory manifesto: Boris’s clampdown on ‘soft justice’ [Justice Gap]

Justice for Grace Millane: a new Commonwealth contempt framework? [Inforrm’s Blog]

All you need to know about sentencing [Russell Webster Blog]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Why failing a summary judgment application can be expensive: (£1,015,722 — expensive) [Civil Litigation Brief]

When I grow up I want to be a lawyer [Above The Law]

Solicitors let off the leash as SRA lifts the curfew [Law Society Gazette]

Constitutional statutes: a brief overview [Legal Cheek Journal]

“I had a video interview with Eversheds for a TC. There were several questions and I had a minute to answer each. I was answering them quite well. My top half was in a suit, and my bottom half butt naked. It was during my last question that I realised I had f***** the interview when I could see my fat butt cheeks squished against the chair in the mirror behind me and to my left. I didn’t get to the assessment centre stage.” [Legal Cheek comments]

How to make it as a barrister [Legal Cheek Events]

Jobs, jobs, jobs! [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

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