Morning round-up: Tuesday 13 May

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By Legal Cheek on

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

NewspapersTop London solicitor loses damages claim against law student-turned-prostitute who “breached his confidentiality” by telling his daughter and colleagues about their liaisons [Mail Online]

David Allen Green: How a policy failure now means a number of UK complex fraud cases may collapse [Financial Times]

Why legal superblogs are the new Times Law [The Conversation]

Advocates at war as solicitors accuse bar of self-interest [Law Society Gazette]

The whopping cost of law school is mentioned in the Evening Standard’s diary section [Twitter]

Sex offender brings legal challenge over electronic tag [The Telegraph]

Stuart Hall will not give evidence at his trial, jury told [Manchester Evening News]

Rape in marriage not a crime, Indian court rules [The Telegraph]

Immigration judges block foreign killer’s deportation on human rights grounds [The Telegraph]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Gosnell’s comments are not offensive — it’s just a bad advert to anyone thinking of applying for pupillage at Kings Chambers! You are left with the distinct impression of ‘why bother?!'” [Legal Cheek Comments]