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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

I am a junior criminal defence solicitor, fighting the good fight despite the damage done by legal aid cuts [View From The Gravy Train]

Daemons of the bar [Counsel of Perfection]

No gavels please we’re British: Six legal Americanisms that are meaningless in England & Wales [Law Society blog]

David Allen Green: Why those who care for the constitution should oppose the Conservatives at the general election [The Law and Policy Blog]

The UK government sheds light on the status of cryptoassets and enforceability of smart contracts [The IPKat]

Trump’s impeachment can only go one way — in his favour [The Spectator]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

The case of the “pedo guy” tweet: Elon Musk is successful in his defence [Inforrm’s Blog]

Blackstone QC auctions off personal wine collection worth £9 MILLION [Legal Cheek]

2020 forecast: City giants forced to offer flexible partnership [Legal Business]

Law Society meeting in leaked documents [Law Society Gazette]

“Left law and travelled to 40 countries since then. No anxiety, medication, depression or need to justify sociopathic behaviour that harms others to ‘survive’. I certainly don’t feel like a failure. Life’s too short to be miserable.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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