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Author: Alex Aldridge (Editor) Publisher: Legal Cheek Ltd
Reports on the colourful goings-on in the legal Twittersphere, hosts the most talented up-and-coming law bloggers, and is home to the #RoundMyKitchenTable podcast with Guardian law columnist Alex Aldridge and corporate lawyer Kevin Poulter.
Two-thirds of recent law graduates earn under £20k
Self-confessed ‘country girl’ Lady Hale reveals she rejected a magic circle training contract
Morning round-up: Thursday 23 November
Brexit Bill ‘weakens parliament’, Neuberger tells lawyers and City financiers
Website that allows people to raffle off their homes unwittingly includes lawyer’s advice in T&Cs
Judges issued handbooks on the science of how people walk
Ex-Clifford Chance trainee suing Oxford Uni for £1 million claims ‘inadequate’ teaching stopped him becoming top tax barrister
Revealed: Law firms’ average arrive and leave the office times 2017-18
Halsbury’s Law Exchange is legal think tank, hosted by LexisNexis. It aims to communicate ideas on reform or legal direction to decision makers and the legal sector and promote debate through papers, reports, events and media pieces.
Women in Prison: will the Justice Committee bring reform?
Ilott -v- Mitson: Claims by adult children contesting wills – the law is unsatisfactory
Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty: Law Commission Report Summary
Independent Monitoring Board : the Eyes and Ears
Justice denied: the damning results of the latest report on the impact of legal aid cut
The right to disagree
Women in Prison: 5 Key Recommendations
Women in prison: is the justice system fit for purpose? Notes from the panel discussion
Publisher: Keep Calm Talk Law Ltd
A forward-thinking modern take on the traditional law journal, with a unique ethos and unique values.
Ivey v Genting Casinos Pt I: Card Counting and Dishonest Gambling
Striking a Balance between Sovereign Wealth Funds and National Security
The Public Interest Case: TfL was Correct not to Renew Uber's Licence
Foster Care: Rethinking Horizontal Direct Effect for Directives
The Great Green Wall: How Law Holds the Key for Development Initiatives
Easy as A, B, C: Three Problems with UK Drug Law
The Reasonableness of the UCTA 1977's Test of Reasonableness
Lachaux v Independent Print: Defining 'Serious Harm' for Defamation