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Weekly round-up of the top legal blogosphere posts

Can criminals be judges? [The Critic]

Cyberflashing is now a criminal offence – but the normalisation of this behaviour among young people needs to change [The Conversation]

Judges support open justice [A Lawyer Writes]

AI and the rise of ‘music laundering’ [Legal Cheek Journal]

Nearly 3,000 people are languishing in jail unfairly. We must set them free [The Guardian]

Oscar Law: A Cross-Cutting Survey of Law Governing the Cottage Industry of Elite Entertainment Awards [Oxford Business Law Blog]

In standing up for Gaza, US students have exposed the limits of free speech [Prospect]

It’s time to abolish Police and Crime Commissioners [The Spectator]

‘Pablo Escobar’ contrary to public policy and accepted principles of morality [The IPKat]

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