Weekly round-up of the highest authorized blogosphere posts

Out with the outdated: Time to reform the authorized occupation for the advantage of all sides [City A.M.]

Is it forgery or fraud? What crime would you commit by mendacity about the place you could have been? [A Lawyer Writes]

Why Vernon Bogdanor’s Telegraph piece wanted a response – and why the structure of the UK doesn’t care about your nostalgia [Law and Policy Blog]

Critics of the ten-year Covid jail time period are out of contact [The Spectator] (free, however registration required)

Adam Wagner: For lodge quarantines to be lawful, the Authorities might want to reply some onerous questions [The Telegraph] (free, however registration required)

David Allen Inexperienced: Brexit and the Good Friday Settlement [Prospect Magazine]

The 2021 Legal Cheek Firms Most List

Is it a sculpture or a monument? Copyright litigation reaches Russian Supreme Court docket [The IPKat]

Paths to turning into a lawyer: Your official roadmap to the authorized occupation goes reside [Legal Cheek]

Calling all of the reluctant leaders [Legal Business]

Accent bias within the regulation [Law Society Gazette]

Lawless legal professionals: Is dishonesty actually worse than a sexual offence? [Legal Futures]

“Completely cherished this, particularly when he stated he was glad to maneuver ahead!” [Legal Cheek comments]

Occasion: Secrets and techniques to Success London — with Akin Gump, Debevoise & Plimpton, Vinson & Elkins and ULaw [Legal Cheek Events]