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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Can the Secret Barrister tell the truth? [UnHerd]

Don’t just blame lawyers when oligarchs abuse the courts [Prospect]

Anti-protest curbs put power above people [New Statesman] (free, but registration required)

The real problem with Beergate — and with Partygate [The Law and Policy Blog]

A bill of rhetoric: first glimpse of human rights reform suggests it is full of holes [A Lawyer Writes]

My trailblazing cousin Ivy Williams [The Times] (£)

How ESG credentials are gaining relevance in business restructuring [Scottish Legal News]

The only winner of the Wagatha Christie case is tabloids [New Statesman] (free, but registration required)

When does a meeting become an unlawful gathering? [Prospect]

Even if your name is as famous as Ronaldinho, the UK IPO cannot raise ex officio bad faith objections [The IPKat]

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