Morning round-up: Tuesday 14 January

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Courts becoming clogged as legal aid cuts affect separating couples seeking mediation [The Independent]

Geoffrey Robertson QC steps in to defend four students who face being thrown out of university [The Argus]

Hughes considers cash for legal diversity [Law Society Gazette]

More than 6,000 law firms have yet to submit their workforce diversity data [Legal Futures]

Madeleine McCann: Lawyer says “Kate and Gerry McCann guilty of neglect for leaving her – and they weren’t charged” [The Mirror]

Declining crime rates will “save £80m a year in legal aid” [The Guardian]

How legal aid cuts are harming the voiceless and most vulnerable [New Statesman]

DWF to move into Walkie Talkie building [Lawyer2B]

Lawyer doesn’t see what’s so bad about eating pets [Above the Law]