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Morning round-up: Tuesday 12 November

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Nancy Dell’Olio reveals she’s launched legal action over Sven-Goran Eriksson’s tell-all book [Mail Online]

Burglar whose body was found decomposed and wedged inside solicitor’s chimney would have died “within minutes” [Mail Online]

Self-billed Saudi princess is “faking ridiculous accent” in court to get away with £14m fraud, judge told [The Telegraph]

The really bad new QualitySolicitors ad [YouTube]

Postcards from lawyers [Bitter Lawyer]

Has the phone hacking trial created a new form of journalism? [New Statesman]

“A relic of the colonial past”: Indian lawyer demands an end to calling judges “Your Lordship” [Mail Online]

No one is impressed with your macho sleeplessness [Harvard Business Review]