Morning round-up: Monday 14 October

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GCHQ accused of monitoring privileged emails between lawyers and clients [The Guardian]

We need a British Bill of Rights — so we can hear less from the likes of Keir Starmer [The Spectator]

“Play the ball not the man”: Rising star barrister Adam Wagner goes head-to-head with Spectator editor Fraser Nelson on human rights [Twitter]

Outgoing justice minister demonstrates judo throw [The Telegraph]

Top human rights lawyer Louise Christian pens short story based on client’s immigration case [Hackney Gazette]

Hitchhiker accused of beating lawyer to death releases YouTube song to fans from jail [Mail Online]

Why law firm pedigree may be a thing of the past [Harvard Business Review]

Man tries to shake judge’s hand after being cleared of rape at Maidstone Crown Court [Kent Online]