The highest authorized affairs information tales from the weekend

London’s authorized sector continues to guide the world [City AM]

$340m in London legislation agency’s account suspected of 1MDB connection [The Guardian]

Coronavirus: Can the pandemic make us rethink our courts? [BBC News]

Particular Forces emails about SAS killings in Afghanistan “deeply troubling”, says lawyer [The Independent]

From Black Lives Matter to Bleak Home: David Lammy picks one of the best books about justice [The Guardian]

Croatia arrest for lawyer who lifted lid on oil bribes scandal [The Telegraph]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Putin indicators legislation giving cryptocurrency authorized standing in Russia [Bitcoin.com]

Boris Johnson orders police to implement face masks legal guidelines [The Telegraph]

Chris Packham loses bid for authorized problem over HS2 [BBC News]

Fb bows to Brazil choose, blocks 12 accounts worldwide [ABC News]

Kenyan tea employees file UN grievance towards Unilever over 2007 ethnic violence [The Guardian]

“I keep in mind a trainee who time recorded round 10 hours a day on information that have been closed…” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Digital pupil occasion: Secrets and techniques to Success Sheffield — with CMS, Irwin Mitchell and ULaw [Legal Cheek Events]