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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Is Dominic Raab in danger? [New Statesman] (free, but registration required)

Raab hits back at his critics [The Spectator] (free, but registration required)

Rob Rinder: I love nothing more than knowing nothing about our judges’ politics [Evening Standard]

Vardy v Rooney (First-night review of The Wagatha Christie Trial) [A Lawyer Writes]

Why The UK Government’s Advice To LGBT+ Fans Could Put Them At Risk [LawInSport] (free, but registration required)

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Justice for Tom Hayes. Was he doing anything other bankers weren’t? [The Critic]

Shirin Ebadi on the legal obstacles Iran’s protesters face [The Economist] (registration required)

Can injunctions be enforced in the case of NFTs? Do not take it for granted… [IPKat]

Gordon Gekko, “Bloatware”, and Retained EU law [The Law and Policy Blog]

Simon Leaf comments on the legal implications of Cristiano Ronaldo’s interview with The Sun [Mishcon de Reya]

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