The end of the day round-up

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By Thomas Connelly on

David Allen Green: Does the United Kingdom need a written constitution? [Financial Times]

Diversity League Table: minorities still under-represented at the top of the profession [The Lawyer]

Doctor Who writer’s son threatens BBC with legal action over TARDIS ownership [The Mirror]

Not everyone wants to be a lawyer [Vine]

Top judge “surprised” that controversial EU laws that we blocked are now legally binding [Evening Standard]

“Wouldn’t it save a lot of trouble if you weren’t allowed to call yourself a barrister unless you are actually a barrister?”[Legal Cheek comments]

Beneficiary falls victim to law firm’s overpayment blunder [The Express]

Spike Lee sued for $15,000 by elderly Florida couple forced to flee their home after he tweeted THEIR address instead of George Zimmerman’s [Mail Online]

Heard in court [Facebook]

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