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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

What people don’t get about the barristers’ strike [New Statesman] (free, but registration required)

Barristers should not be permitted to hold justice to ransom [The Telegraph]

The significance of the Bar strike [The Law and Policy Blog]

My time on the picket line [A Lawyer Writes]

The law is failing to protect us [Critic]

Meet the Fuggers and their lawyers who masterminded the deal structure of the century [Legal Cheek]

The Big Four’s legal ventures should worry mid-tier law firms [City A.M.]

The end of secret libel letters? [Tax Policy Associates]

International students aren’t the problem, higher education is underfunded [New Statesman]

Anti-social behaviour injunctions are a great unknown [Law Society Gazette]

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Anonymous

The Citizen article is a bit frothy-mouthy and shows a lack of understanding of how sentencing works.

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