The end of the day round-up

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By Thomas Connelly on

Corporate solicitor turned away from Ashes test match due to alleged inappropriateness of her dress [Sydney Morning Herald]

“Without legal aid Gary would not be here” [BBC News]

A strong Bar is a limit on the power of the state [Conservative Home]

A typical Monday morning for the courts despite the strikes [Twitter]

Scotland’s commercial law firms are seeing increasing demands from clients keen to understand the potential implications of the independence referendum [Herald Scotland]

Eton College bans Snapchat to try and stop students “sexting” [The Mirror]

“The rabbit doesn’t affect you, the structural integrity of the house, or the chattels” [Legal Cheek comments]

Legal directory games [BabyBarista]

Pizza delivery man arrested after “being caught on hidden camera having sex with family dog” [Mail Online]

Heard in court [Facebook]