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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

The fall of Dominic Raab is a tale of change in modern Britain [The NewStatesman] (free, but registration required)

Pay for a blue tick? No thanks say top tweeting law firms [Legal Cheek]

Is Jolyon the fox-killing, Brexit-loathing barrister with a penchant for silk kimonos the most ludicrous man in Britain? [Mail Online]

How can a French protester be arrested under British terrorism laws in London? The alarming ‘schedule 7’ power explained [The Conversation]

The Andy Warhol Copyright Case That Could Transform Generative AI [Wired]

Fraudsters beware [A Lawyer Writes]

Government by WhatsApp: Where are we now? [UK Constitutional Law Association]

Bailout Blues: The Write-Down of the AT1 Bonds in the Credit Suisse Bailout [Oxford Business Law Blog]

Premier League V Manchester City case – What do ‘good faith’ obligations really mean? [LawInSport]

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