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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

What now stands between a populist authoritarian government with a huge majority and a full scale assault on civil liberties and human rights? [Law and Policy Blog]

Joshua Rozenberg: Fixing the unbroken [The Critic]

Why is it so difficult to prosecute female terrorists? [The Spectator] (free, but registration required)

How to hack a judge’s brain with science [Legal Cheek]

Cleopatra of the Met [Prospect Magazine]

Vaccination or Termination? Pick One. [According To A Law Student]

Legal Cheek’s Living Room Law virtual conference on 22 April: Secure your free place

What the non-fungible token craze means for IP law [Legal Cheek Journal]

Could Anne Sacoolas return to the UK even if she wanted to? [A Lawyer Writes]

Shamima Begum, the Separation of Powers, and the Common Good [UK Constitutional Law Association blog]

Historical slavery and the Law Society [Law Society Gazette]

“My heart sinks at this. How can seniors not realise how crucial the office environment is for more junior lawyers, especially trainees?” [Legal Cheek comments]

Living Room Law virtual conference on 22 April: Secure your free place [Legal Cheek Events]

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