Morning round-up: Wednesday 20 November

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Secret recordings bring into question the independence of a review into claims of institutional racism at the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority (SRA) [Exaro News]

Audio: recordings from two telephone calls damn SRA review [Exaro News]

The Government’s attack on barristers is a looming disaster [The Telegraph]

General counsel name most arrogant law firms [Above the Law]

The crisis of confidence at Chancery Lane [Legal Futures]

Reynolds Porter Chamberlain to scrap NQ flat rate salary for performance-based pay [The Lawyer]

The value of law degree depends on what you are comparing it to… [@RichardMoorhead on Twitter]

Bradford Crown Court judge hits out at interpreting service as case delayed again [Telegraph & Argus]

Tory MP warns about “clash” with EU over human rights laws [BBC News]