This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary includes legislation, regulation, immigration and memorialisation. Plus: the ICLR pupillage award.

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Photo by Ming Jun Tan on Unsplash

Coronavirus

Legislation


This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary includes captive cuisine, broken rules, lack of transparency, and unregulated lawtech. Plus marmalade.

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Not just porridge: prison kitchen scene from Paddington 2 (2017) via IMDb

Prisons

Kitchen training to help cut reoffending


This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary includes a victory for Trump in America, suppression of scrutiny in China and Saudi Arabia, and a grudging acceptance of settled Europeans in Britain.

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Immigration

EU Resettlement Scheme


This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary includes courts, cat filters and court reporting, among other matters, such as the legal profession and the rule of law.

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Image via Shutterstock.

Court reporting

Should ban on photography remain?


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Photo by Matthias Zomer from Pexels

Public procurement

Coronavirus vaccination


This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary includes a departmental audit for the MOJ, coronavirus cases from other European jurisdictions, anti-genocidal trading policy, domestic abuse in the Court of Appeal, and help for legally unaided litigants.

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Ministry of Justice HQ (via Google Streetview)

Ministry of Justice

Departmental overview by NAO


This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary includes Hong Kong Bench and Bar ethics, covid court safety, police data loss, monumental folly from the Ministry of Housing, and human rights under review.

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Photo by Arron Choi on Unsplash

Legal Professions

Hong Kong: ethical considerations for Bench and Bar


Welcome back to a new legal term and a roundup of what’s been going on over the vacation period, including a Brexit deal, alleged election steal, a virus out of control, a look back at the legal year and some recent legal publications.

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They think it’s all Dover — it is now! (photo via Piqsels)

Brexit

A deal was done


By Paul Magrath

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London festive decorations: image by Kate Bevan @Kate Bevan via Twitter

Coronavirus

Vaccine approved

The ICLR

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