The highest authorized affairs information tales from this morning and the weekend

Legal professionals demand courts shutdown after 600 coronavirus circumstances in seven weeks [Evening Standard]

Why the ECJ nonetheless has a job to play in Britain’s lawmaking [The Spectator]

Dominic Raab calls QC appearing for Hong Kong authorities ‘mercenary’ [The Guardian]

Anti-lockdown campaigner Lord Sumption says his remarks had been ‘taken out of context’ after he was branded ‘inhuman, nearly grotesque’ for apparently saying Stage four bowel most cancers sufferer’s life was ‘much less priceless’ than others in TV debate over COVID measures [Daily Mail]

Kamala Harris will resign her Senate seat Monday [The Washington Post (£)]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Supreme Courtroom rejects insurers’ claims in landmark enterprise insurance coverage case [City A.M.]

Legal professionals engaged on emergency custody hearings ‘deserve early vaccine’ as key employees [The Times (£)]

English civil regulation authorized assist system ‘operating on empty’, examine finds [Financial Times]

Brexit: Welsh Authorities authorized motion over commerce regulation [BBC]

£1bn further similar to that! Boris to SCRAP hated EU regulation — regardless of Labour fury [Daily Express]

Digital Occasion: Learn how to construct a world profession at a worldwide regulation agency in London — with Latham & Watkins, Skadden, Slaughter and Could and BARBRI [Legal Cheek Events]

“If anybody is having bother sleeping throughout lockdown, Zoom an anti-trust lawyer. You’ll nod off in seconds.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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