Morning round-up: Tuesday 15 October

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Attorney General: Britain’s “economic, physical and ethical well-being” depends on it playing an “active part” in Europe [The Telegraph]

Room for “only 300 criminal firms”, says Tuckers boss Franklin Sinclair [Law Society Gazette]

Lawyers must change: hardly a new message [Twitter]

Angry villagers lose latest round of legal battle with ‘lordship’ banker and his wife who registered themselves as common land owners in poisonous feud [Mail Online]

Doubts about pursuing a career as a City lawyer [The Student Room]

Restoring a future for law [Stephen Mayson]

Lawyers have proclaimed the “death knell” of libel tourism after High Court judges threw out two cases brought by wealthy foreigners concerning claims published abroad [The Telegraph]