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Freshfields: the European law firm pushing to be a US heavyweight [Financial Times]

Judges are fighting back against Boris Johnson — and they’re right [The Guardian]

Joshua Rozenberg: Has Buckland broken his duty to respect the rule of law? [A Lawyer Writes]

Why the Internal Market Bill is both a rule of law and devolution problem [Prospect Magazine]

PC Andrew Harper death: Why his family wants the law to change [BBC News]

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Marching Against Dicey’s Rule of Law [UK Constitutional Law Association]

Why remote working has exacerbated cyber-security concerns [Legal Futures]

Justice depends on data — and the pandemic shows why [Law Society Gazette]

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