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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Masks & Armour — Finding Your Feet [Counsel of Perfection]

Are vaccine passports a threat to human rights? [New Statesman]

Do ‘Appeals for Calm’ work? [The Law and Policy Blog]

Policing the far Left [The Critic]

The Secret Magistrate on how budget cuts and court closures are affecting the morale of the magistracy [ICLR]

Constitutional gaslighting [A Lawyer Writes]

Legal Cheek’s Living Room Law virtual conference on 22 April: Secure your free place

John Lewis: Searching For Closure [According To A Law Student]

Ausgleichsmandate for the Scottish Parliament? — Scotland’s mixed electoral system and the Alba Party [UK Law Association blog]

Virtual supervision — the modern dilemma [Legal Futures]

Clothes maketh people [Scottish Legal News]

“Any firm that gives me a £1000 bonus for hard work during a global pandemic, which means I take home £600 can keep the money. It is a meaningless gesture, and I would much prefer if they quietly sent around Harrods hampers, vouchers to spend in Tesco for my weekly family shop, or even just confirmed there would be no redundancies this year…” [Legal Cheek comments]

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Anonymous

Time for fundamental reform of the lay magistracy and an increase to the range (and especially age) of people becoming mags. They tend to be of a certain ‘type’.

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