Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR — 17 June 2019

This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary includes the Hong Kong extradition bill protests, proposed changes in the law on surrogacy, the reluctance of French judges to face digital scrutiny, and the semi-centenary conference of our British and Irish law librarians’ association.

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Lam Carries On Regardless. Hong Kong protests 9 June 2019. Photo by John Ye via Shutterstock

Extradition

Hong Kong protests against new law

Law Reform

Surrogacy law to be reviewed

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Legal information

BIALL conference 2019

Judiciary

French judges defy analysis

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GDPR : one year on

Crime

Prisons and rehabilitation: new minister sets agenda

Dates and Deadlines

Journalists and legal bloggers attending family courts — A Workshop for lawyers [reminder]

LAG Community Care Law Conference 2019

And finally…

Tweet of the Week

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