Morning round-up: Thursday 14 November

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By Legal Cheek on

Jesus’ crucifixion was legal, scholar says [Time]

Ex-City lawyer outsourcers grow 400% and plot to double again in size [Legal Futures]

Theresa May must not further erode Britons’ rights to citizenship [The Guardian]

Real earnings: the average barrister’s lot [Twitter]

Great expectations for female lawyers [New York Times]

Innovation, technology and legal change: where to next? [Out-Law]

Phone hacking: Gordon Taylor wrongly accused of affair with PFA lawyer [Mail Online]

“I can’t help but feel that the internet has made law fairs redundant” [Legal Cheek comments]