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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Unforced errors by Archie’s lawyers [A Lawyer Writes]

How appropriate is the good faith standard in banking law? [Legal Cheek Journal]

Hillary Clinton’s emails vs Donald Trump’s boxes of files — and the dangers of hyper-partisanship [The Law and Policy Blog]

Obstacle courts. Who benefited from prolonging the Battersbee case? [The Critic]

Lessons learnt: BBC DJ to the Bar [Counsel Magazine]

Kenya Copyright Board on “responsible use of memes”: quasi-judicial powers and balanced perspectives [The IPKat]

Countering ‘rape as routine’: world expert explains the key to getting coercive control laws right [The Guardian]

A miscarriage should never be a crime [Spiked]

Censoring university reading lists is crude and condescending [New Statesman] (free, but registration required)

Litigants want to know if they’ve won. Judgments should tell them [Law Society Gazette]

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