Weekly round-up of the highest authorized blogosphere posts

Metropolis legislation agency boss on the rise of US-style class motion fits in Britain [City A.M.]

‘Canaries within the coal mine’ for judicial independence [Justice Gap]

How Theresa Could casually determined that Brexit meant the UK would depart the one market and customs union — the fascinating and revealing interview with Philip Hammond [Law and Policy Blog]

GameStop isn’t a case of “market failure”—it’s platform democracy in motion [Prospect Magazine]

Sanctions for sexual misconduct by barristers are ‘derisory’ [The Times] (£)

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Sussexes in courtroom [A Lawyer Writes]

Legal professionals for the Put up Workplace Machine [Lawyer Watch]

Stagnant progress in occupation’s variety is disheartening [Law Society Gazette]

Ditching workplace area is a expensive enterprise [Legal Futures]

Blended mannequin of authorized traineeships set to proceed [Scottish Legal News]

“Novice hour. Extremely amusing watching courtroom employees battle to work that pc factor.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Secrets and techniques to Success North — with CMS, Fieldfisher, Mills & Reeve and ULaw [Legal Cheek Events]