Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR — 11 March 2019

This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary includes legal aid from a litigation funder; a blame game over knife crime; proposals to create a super-regulator of digital communications, and to deal with online contempt of court; and an update on the Grenfell Tower inquiry.

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Legal Aid

Litigation funder sets up pro bono scheme

Crime

Knife crime: cuts have consequences

Media law

Regulating the internet

Impact on justice

Inquiries

Grenfell Tower fire inquiry update

Terrorism

Update on ‘ISIS bride’ case

Family law

FDAC featured on Law in Action

Legal Profession

International Women’s Day celebration

Dates and Deadlines

Putney Debates 2019: The Courts — Friend or Foe?

ICLR News

ICLR.3 enhancements

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And finally,

Tweet of the week

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