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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Simple tech tools transform lawyers’ work [Financial Times]

The significance of the second impeachment of President Donald Trump is not that so many were in favour but how many were against [Law and Policy Blog]

Donald Trump is impeached again — what now? [The Spectator]

Would the non publicly-funded bar please step forward? [Pupillage and how to get it]

Tips for the top. Who are the judges to watch? [A Lawyer Writes]

Why Ireland’s blasphemy law needed to go [The Critic]

Secure your place: The SQE Sessions

NDA, Redacted [Lawyer Watch]

When does private conduct become of professional concern? [Law Society Gazette]

Cognitive diversity — why it should be top of your list in 2021 [Legal Futures]

Virtual Event: How to build an international career at a global law firm in London — with Latham & Watkins, Skadden, Slaughter and May and BARBRI [Legal Cheek Events]

“I’m 1 PQE in a US firm, and I’d rather be back in the office. ‘Living at work’ is not fun. I recognise that it’s different for people with long commutes and/or children, but for junior lawyers the status quo is sub-optimal.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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