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Grenfell effigy bonfire and Section 4A — a flawed piece of legislation [Al’s law]

Can you be prosecuted for being twat? [New Statesman]

Germaine Greer on Rape: A review [Barrister Blogger]

Five things the Daily Mail got wrong about immigration appeals [Free Movement]

Cognitive openness and lawyers [Lawyer Watch]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Bob the Builder: can IPSO fix it? [Inforrm]

Who owns the copyright to my medical images? [Terence Eden’s Blog]

‘Nothing to hide — what’s wrong with covert recordings?’ [Pink Tape]

Joshua Rozenberg: The contempt of Stephen Yaxley-Lennon [Law Gazette]

Final warning — time to fix warned lists [Counsel of Perfection]

“Firms do sometimes dish out TCs (almost) on demand when it is in their own interest, if not quite so flagrantly as this.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Events events events! [Legal Cheek Hub]

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