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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

What Kamala Harris’ Law School Years Reveal About Her Politics [Politico]

Do trade secrets matter? It is not at all clear if you ask the stock market [The IPKat]

The debate around office returns misses an opportunity to make work better [NewStatesman] (free, but registration required)

Selfridges — Going, Going…. Still Going? [According To A Law Student]

What’s the Judicial Support Network? [A Lawyer Writes]

Secure your place: The September 2021 UK Virtual Law Fair

The thin threads of power — politics and policy in an age of impotence [The Law and Policy Blog]

Prostitution is a prison [The Critic]

Guilty Pleas [Yet Another Blogging Barrister]

Fleeing Afghans are up against three decades of Britain’s mean stance on asylum [Law Society Gazette]

The skill and talent of refugees [Scottish Legal News]

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Anon

SWA’s approach to prostitution would be terribly damaging to women.

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