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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

The Hillsborough judgment: what just happened? [The Secret Barrister]

Why ‘how to regulate’ guides are invariably nice and colourful but impractical [The Law and Policy Blog]

Why it’s time to abolish no-fault eviction, for good [Prospect]

To Waiver Or Not To Waiver? The COVID-19 Vaccine and Intellectual Property Debate [According To A Law Student]

Be careful what you wish for: The government’s judicial review consultation on public law nullity [UK Constitutional Law Association]

How playlists are changing the nature of musical works [The IPKat]

Legal Cheek virtual event: How to fund your SQE on 3 June

The madness of crypto… another tulip? [Scottish Legal News]

The need for an international right to obscurity [Legal Cheek Journal]

Time for law firms to play catch-up on parental leave [Legal Business]

Heed the shoeshine boy theory — but crypto is more than Bitcoin [Law Society Gazette]

Why an M&A deal is like an episode of Takeshi’s Castle [Legal Futures]

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1 Comment

QCs Without 1sts LLP

No mention at all LC of Henry Hendron not being struck off by the BSB after supplying the drugs that killed his 18 year old boyfriend?

Absolutely shocking decision. There have been solicitors struck off for far less.

I feel sorry for all the unsuccessful Bar applicants that wouldn’t go anywhere near drugs.


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