The highest authorized affairs information tales from the weekend

David Allen Inexperienced: It’s legality not coverage that pushes a authorities lawyer to stop [Financial Times]

How will Tory MPs react to No. 10’s Brexit legislation breach? [The Spectator]

Is it actually value breaking worldwide legislation to curb the position of the European Courtroom? [Conservative Home]

Extinction Riot desires to overturn society — it’s not simply specializing in local weather change [iNews]

‘Covid is a social disaster’: the college employees and college students filling welfare gaps [The Guardian]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Joshua Rozenberg: Causes to be cheerful? [Law Society Gazette]

David Wolfson QC: No, Boris isn’t breaching the rule of legislation. Right here’s why [Spectator]

The dangers of blending enterprise and pleasure [Scottish Legal News]

Can the UK Breach the Withdrawal Settlement and Get Away With It? [UK Constitutional Law blog]

“Severely, in an inventory of most household pleasant employers… Extended separation of younger youngsters and oldsters will be traumatic, doubtlessly leading to PTSD and long-lasting impairments in functioning — that’s the price of US companies’ billable hours targets.” [Legal Cheek comments]

VIRTUAL EVENT: Re-imagining world legislation companies within the age of remote-working — with Allen & Overy [Legal Cheek Events]