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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Criminal barrister: ‘I earn less than minimum wage’ [BBC News]

The Brexit deal has left the City to fight for its own future [The Spectator]

Assange: what happens next? [A Lawyer Writes]

We need to discuss which lockdown restrictions should be guidance and which should be law [Prospect Magazine]

Brexit deal ‘hasn’t burnt lawyers’ bridges’ [The Times]

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The arrest of Hong Kong activists is an assault on civil society [The Guardian]

The contest between violent populism and constitutionalism — and why it was not inevitable that yesterday’s attempted coup in the United States would fail [The Law and Policy Blog]

Time to turn on the legal data taps [Law Society Gazette]

“These people aren’t being disciplined for ‘mistakes’. They are being disciplined for dishonestly trying to cover up a mistake. Mistakes should be avoided if possible, but everyone makes them sometimes…” [Legal Cheek comments]

Virtual Event: Law firms in the era of sustainable capitalism — with Travers Smith [Legal Cheek Events]

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