Morning round-up: Tuesday 3 December

cyclistThe Cycling Solicitor: Case dropped against London cyclist who crossed red light for safety [The Guardian]

Are law schools facing an existential crisis? [Solicitors Journal]

Tory MP raking in £750,000 a year from second job as a barrister says we are lucky to have him [The Mirror]

Bob Dylan faces French legal inquiry over Croat remarks [BBC News]

Shailesh Vara calls on legal aid “realists” to step forward [Legal Futures]

Never let the facts get in the way of a good story, eh? [Pink Tape]

Ex-Times lawyer to face tribunal over claims he allowed court to be misled [The Guardian]

Barrister to sue police watchdog for “failing to give her a job interview” [Manchester Evening News]

Nonhuman rights group sues to make primate a legal person [Mail Online]