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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Contracts on Monday, machine learning on Tuesday: The future of the LLB [Legal Cheek Journal]

I hate hate speech laws [The Spectator] (registration required)

OpenAI’s content deal with the FT is an attempt to avoid more legal challenges – and an AI ‘data apocalypse’ [The Conversation]

Secret courts in crisis [A Lawyer Writes]

On how regulating the media is hard — if not impossible — and on why reviving the Leveson Inquiry may not be the best basis for seeing what regulations are now needed [The Law and Policy Blog]

How do we remove the gender pay gap? [Bar Council]

The dance of death of Scottish devolution [Spiked]

Tackling liability: Lessons from Elbanna v Clark on negligence in sports injuries [LawInSport]

MPs to to see law in action [A Lawyer Writes]

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There is no gender pay gap to remove. Pay gaps are due to different people doing different jobs and people at the top being paid too much compared to the average salary. Nothing to do with gender.

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