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Morning Round-Up: Thursday 28 February

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Parents in custody disputes spit and throw chairs at judges [The Guardian]

CPS staff members face allegations of conspiracy to commit fraud over false taxi claims totalling at least £1m [BBC News]

More than 700 figures from the legal profession have criticised government plans for secret courts as ”contrary to the rule of law” [The Telegraph]

Judge’s daughter, 16, who was a ‘top physics student’ killed herself after buying Death Row execution drug online [Mail Online]

Slater & Gordon’s profits to stimulate further UK expansion [Australian Times]

“Time to get rid of antiquated, redundant and biased QC system. Time to have proper specialism credentials, not Mickey Mouse stuff!” [John Flood on Twitter]

The Bundle [Guardian Law]