Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR, 10 February 2020

This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary featuring, inter alia, a stateless bride, criminal voyeurism, illegal surveillance, and barristerial defamation.

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Jihadi bride: citizenship denied



Data protection

Surveillance by MI5 challenged


Cairncross report: government response


Justice impact test


The UK and the ECJ

Legal Professions

Defamation damages for barrister’s bad review

Becoming a barrister

Pupillage contracts

Some recent reads

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers

Family Court Reporting Watch

Behind Closed Doors

Secret justice

Dates and Deadlines

Criminal Court Sentencing: Thinking about Reform

And finally…

Tweet of the Week

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