Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Beware Lord Frost’s ‘legal purism’ line — for it means a disregard for the rule of law and is strategically unwise [The Law and Policy Blog]

‘The bar must do better at giving pupillage applicants feedback’ [Legal Cheek]

Emergency powers are temporary [A Lawyer Writes]

How Star Trek may be contributing to COVID-19 vaccine skepticism [The IPKat blog]

The problem with reporting “ethnic pay gaps” [The Critic]

Disclosure: coming to a screen near you [Counsel Magazine]

Jimmy McGovern’s new prison drama Time is full of captivating performances [New Statesman] (free, but registration required)

The future of the law firm office [Law Society Gazette]

Suspended and prospective quashing orders: the current picture [UK Constitutional Law Association blog]

Event next Monday: Secrets to Success North — with Freshfields, Hill Dickinson, Pinsent Masons and ULaw [Legal Cheek Events]