Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 20 February

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The morning’s top legal news stories and social media posts.

WallStreet2013poster‘Wolf of Wall Street’ defamed me, says lawyer as he files defamation lawsuit that seeks film’s removal from cinemas [CNN]

After BigLaw and NewLaw, here comes MicroLaw [Legal Futures]

David Miranda loses detention legal battle [BBC News]

David Miranda’s application for permission to appeal against  yesterday’s judgment [Head of Legal]

Is it time to rethink a career at the criminal Bar? [The Guardian]

What next? [Criminal Bar Association Blog]

Chris Grayling is bullying his way to a worse criminal justice system [The Guardian]

The traditional nuclear family is being wiped out warns Supreme Court judge who says he fears watching couples take their wedding vows [Mail Online]

Feminist judge and live broadcasting: what to expect from Oscar Pistorius’ trial [International Business Times]

9-12 Bell Yard barrister trying to find doctors who helped her after restaurant collapse [London24]

“There is no way that the bar can accommodate women with young families” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Heard in court [Facebook]