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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

‘Expect questions meant to throw you off’: how to ace a pupillage interview [The Guardian]

Joshua Rozenberg: reading for the bar [The Critic]

A day in the life of a district judge [Transparency Project]

Harvey Weinstein: justice has been done [Spiked]

The widely ignored and underdeveloped problem with judicial power [UK Constitutional Law Association]

Richard Burgon, political genius? [The Spectator] (registration required)

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Will we see hourly rate load pricing in the legal industry [RWS_01’sB[D]LOG]

The impact of gender recognition legislation on sex-based rights [Scottish Legal News]

Reforming the Supreme Court — a history lesson [Law Society Gazette]

Law schools, the SQE and technology [Legal Futures]

“The lack of transparency is appalling — some providers are clearly failing to properly teach students or happily taking on students that will not pass for their money. I was expecting more from the SRA quite frankly.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Event: Secrets to Success Nottingham (mental health and wellbeing special) — with Shoosmiths, Browne Jacobson, Gateley and ULaw [Legal Cheek Hub]

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