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Covid court delays: Weeds, leaks, and four-year waits for justice [BBC News]

Lord Keen: A lawyer and advocate general unafraid of controversy [The Telegraph]

Braverman’s Confidants: The Lawyers Spurring the Government to Break the Law [Byline Times]

Not so tough after all: Robert Buckland’s sentencing reforms are more balanced than expected [A Lawyer Writes]

Lessons from a COVID work-at-home pupillage [Counsel Magazine]

9/11 The (terrified) English Lawyer’s Tale [Minted Law]

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An app-le a day… keeps the developers away? [Legal Cheek Journal]

A #BackTo60 Setback [Medium]

Copyright is for losers … and so are trade marks: Banksy’s EUTM declared invalid due to bad faith [IPKat]

The Belfast ‘Good Friday’ Agreement and Unconstructive Ambiguity [UK Constitutional Law blog

“He [Lord Sumption] acknowledges his choice, and he claims his right, to possibly harm himself, but nowhere do I see any acknowledgment of his duty not to pass on infection to others.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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