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The Yorke-Talbot Opinion — and why Hardwicke Chambers are changing their name [The Law and Policy Blog]

NFT implications for IP: A case study on ‘Morons’ [IPKat]

Why Lina Khan could be Big Tech’s new worst enemy [New Statesman]

What is the Bell v Tavistock appeal really about? [The Critic]

Were pharmacist’s remarks antisemitic? [A Lawyer Writes]

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We need to stop waiting for the least powerful people in the room to challenge bad behaviour [Prospect]

Maya Forstater: How to balance rights [The Justice Gap]

Locked up in lockdown: Life on remand during the pandemic [Fair Trials]

‘Thank you for holding’: Why law firms need their PAs back [Law Society Gazette]

Colin Pitchfork’s release was justifiable [The Guardian]

When Crime and Family Collide [Pink Tape]

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