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Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR, 4 November 2019

This week’s roundup comes from Brisbane, where Team ICLR are continuing their tour of Australia. Because of this, we have had less time to devote to legal stories developing back home, so coverage is more brief (and a little later) than usual. Continue reading

Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR, 28 October 2019

This week’s roundup comes from Sydney, where Team ICLR are attending the annual course of the International Association of Law Librarians. Because of this, we have had less time to devote to legal stories developing back home, so coverage is more brief (and a little later) than usual. Continue reading

Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR, 21 October 2019

This week’s roundup comes from Singapore where Team ICLR are discussing law reporting with the Singapore Academy of Law, before flying on to a law librarians’ conference in Sydney next week. Topics covered include professional [mis]conduct on social media, climate rebellion suppression, media regulation or lack of it, banking boobs, and bastards. Continue reading

Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR, 7 October 2019

Welcome back to a new legal year with the first of this term’s roundups of legal news and commentary. We begin by reviewing what’s been happening in the legal world over the long summer vacation, including some significant developments in constitutional law. Continue reading

Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR — 29 July 2019

This last roundup of the Trinity Term looks at the prospects of a shakeup in Downing Street and Whitehall, and reviews the state of play in the courts, the judiciary, the prisons, and other legal developments, before concluding with a nice message from the head of family justice. Continue reading

Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR — 22 July 2019

This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary includes the probable loss of yet another Lord Chancellor through the revolving door of Justice; plus courts reform and security, a crackdown on non-disclosure agreements, legal professions and information. Continue reading