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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

“Justice cannot be the lodestar of a new society” [New Statesman] (free, but registration required)

Is it too much to expect the Home Secretary to obey the law? [The Spectator] (free, but registration required)

Contract Law: Going, going, gone? [University of Birmingham]

Pro bono work ‘is propping up legal aid system’ [The Times] (£)

Removing all the European Union law in the United Kingdom may be a practical process on which the sun will never set [The Law and Policy Blog]

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London’s Commercial Court : Under threat, or concern about nothing? [Legal Cheek Journal]

Treating protesters like terrorists isn’t new—just look at the suffragettes [Prospect]

Bill of Rights Bill bounces back? [A Lawyer Writes]

COP27: From Grey Glasgow to Sunny Sharm [Lexology]

Paddington Bear at centre of bitter legal row over royalty payments [The Telegraph] (£)

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