Morning Round-Up: Thursday 18 April

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Training contracts down to the lowest level since 1999 [Law Society Gazette]

Paralysed builder to carry on Tony Nicklinson’s right-to-die battle [The Guardian]

Resignation letter: criminal silk quits BSB in protest at QASA [Twitter]

The future of silks in crime [Nigel Pascoe’s Blog]

From PR to partner [Twitter]

Benefits and bonuses close pay gap for in-house lawyers [Workplace Savings and Benefits]

Murder charge for US judge’s wife [The Independent]