Weekly round-up of the highest authorized blogosphere posts

An uncommon submission: Suella Braverman fails to influence judges that three killers acquired unduly lenient sentences [A Lawyer Writes]

Except he apologises Tim Crosland ought to by no means work as a barrister once more [BarristerBlogger]

On deliberate contempt as skilled martyrdom [Lawyer Watch]

Why Elon Musk’s pigs are a authorized headache [Legal Cheek Journal]

Human rights are a significant element of democracy: The federal government’s overview of the Human Rights Act would make a mistake if it undermined the facility of the courts [The Times]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Why the well-intentioned On-line Harms Invoice could lead on us into a brand new period of sinister state censorship [The Daily Mail]

Part 007 — how the federal government authorises felony exercise by its brokers, and a telling latest disclosure [The Law and Policy Blog]

Is parliament actually sovereign? New laws forces us to reckon with the central constitutional query [Prospect Magazine]

JR is the one route for difficult Covid restrictions [The Law Society Gazette]

“All the very best to these being made redundant at such a horrible time of 12 months and in such unsure occasions. This stuff can occur to anybody. There may be a lot luck concerned in a authorized profession — proper trainee seats, proper mentors, agency performing effectively at occasions you want it to, partnership prospects and rivals showing/disappearing on the proper factors, well being (psychological and bodily) holding out all through the method of working your approach up. It really works out in the long run although.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Apply to attend: Regulation corporations within the period of sustainable capitalism — with Travers Smith [Legal Cheek Events]

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