Morning round-up: Monday 20 January

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Man arrested at Croydon Crown Court for “impersonating solicitor” [Croydon Advertiser]

Long-serving barrister quits her job to open a B&B saying government cuts to legal aid mean she can no longer pay the bills [Mail Online]

Vice meets Glenn Greenwald [Vice]

Bar chief urges cap on BPTC numbers [Law Society Gazette]

Matthew Ryder QC: You learn as a barrister that it is usually very unwise to second-guess a jury [The Guardian]

Podcast: In Conversation with Joshua Rozenberg [LSE]

Law graduate who punched her blood-spattered elderly aunt after mistaking her for a “zombie- type thing” has been cleared of assault [News & Star]

Why are lawyers killing themselves? [CNN]

Solicitor becomes Britain’s first female Muslim football agent [The Telegraph]

Clarifications and corrections: only 35% of all judicial review applications were funded by legal aid [Mail Online]