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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Did No 10 break the rules? [A Lawyer Writes]

Did Boris Johnson break the law with the Downing Street party? [Barrister Blogger]

No, the Downing Street party probably didn’t break the law [The Spectator] (free, but registration required)

Why lawyers must lead the way on diversity [Legal Cheek]

London’s law firms should take heed of new threat from US rivals [Financial Times]

The Myth of the Dead Cats [The Law and Policy Blog]

The government is bringing in new laws to target people who take Class A drugs [New Statesman] (free, but registration required)

The legal battle against climate change [BBC Future Planet]

Prisoner of conscience [The Critic]

Whither goest the patent troll? [The IPKat]

Raab shows his hand on rights revision [The Law Society Gazette]

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