The end of the day round-up

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Cheryl Cole wins X Factor payout after suing show’s producers for £1.4m [BBC News]

The Times uses a wig to illustrate magic circle story [Twitter]

Slater & Gordon snaps up Pannone in £33m deal [Law Society Gazette]

LPC graduate: “Every lesson was dominated by the students who had bought their notes, done no prep work, and were sat with their arms folded giving snippy answers to questions with little to no authority straight from the papers in front of them” [Legal Cheek comments]

Judge Judy’s district attorney son asked to step down after he is accused of trying to cover up his personal trainer’s “child sex crimes” [Mail Online]

“Solicitor-speak” [Twitter]

Is feeding the ducks illegal? [Jon Mack]

E! in potentially very costly Ian H Watkins picture mistake [BuzzFeed]

Heard in court [Facebook]