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Morning Round-Up: Monday 8 April

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Romanian lawyer sues his bishop and four priests claiming they failed to properly exorcise flatulent demons in his house [Mail Online]

Law students drafted in to help people hit by cuts in legal aid [Sunday Express]

Judges lead ‘sheltered lives’, warns Britain’s most senior female judge [The Telegraph]

Sharia courts putting women at risk, CPS warns [The Telegraph]

New migrants will have to wait a year for legal aid [The Guardian]

Chris Grayling’s savings are a step in the right direction [The Telegraph]

Lawyer accepts President Barack Obama’s apology for calling her “by far the best-looking attorney general” [San Francisco Chronicle]