Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 27 November

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Sony files patent for “SmartWig” [BBC News]

Labour seizes on £56.4m under-spend on legal aid last year, as government plans to cut £220m from annual budget [The Guardian]

Britain’s biggest law firms are shamelessly exploiting the maxim that “you get what you pay for” [The Independent]

Independent Scotland would have its own Supreme Court [Law Society Gazette]

Beatrice Mtetwa: Zimbabwe lawyer acquitted [BBC News]

Law student claims to have made in excess of £12,000 from selling his “used boxers” online [Legal Cheek comments]

Multimillionaire bogus lawyer “has spent every penny” [The Times]

What does “dressing constitutionally” mean? [Lawbore]