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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

People Like Us: A journey through “social mobility” from child asylum seeker to barrister [New Statesman] (registration required)

The alarming record of the new attorney general [Prospect Magazine]

Celebrity is a powerful drug – the more celebrity you have, the greater the craving for more [Family Lore]

Police station legal advice — looking a gift horse in the mouth [LinkedIn]

A bit of a Stretch review — an indictment of Britain’s prison system [The Guardian]

Coronavirus and the UK immigration system [Free Movement]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Comment: The 2010s marked an unsung crisis in law firm leadership [Legal Business]

In Britain, Even Jails Have a Class System [The Atlantic]

Dana Denis-Smith: Equality is taking too long [Law Society Gazette]

Technology and the law in 2020 — the impact of AI [Legal Futures]

“I do not think I have ever seen ‘Dear Sirs’ ever used in any communications. Normally you write smth like ‘Hi Jeb’ / ‘Hi Synthia’ in the beginning of an email and that’s it”. [Legal Cheek comments]

Event: Secrets to Success Bristol — with Burges Salmon, Osborne Clarke, RPC and ULaw [Legal Cheek Events]

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