Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 20 May

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

NewspapersAbu Hamza: Home Secretary Theresa May hails guilty verdict [BBC News]

The most optimistic lawsuits [The Guardian]

Human rights lawyer Phil Shiner gets death threats over Iraqi prisoner abuse case [Birmingham Mail]

TV presenter Caroline Feraday splits from lawyer husband after a year of marriage [Mail Online]

Judge calls for action to help soldiers suffering PTSD as he spares veteran [The Telegraph]

DWF to take up residency in London’s Walkie Talkie [The Lawyer]

Oscar Pistorius and the blame game [The Guardian]

Tulisa on trial: Recap as star accused of “drunken attack backstage at V Festival” [The Mirror]

The Report: Constance Briscoe [BBC Radio 4]

Advocacy time bomb ticking [Law Society Gazette]

“If she were on the other side of the interview table, those tweets might have cost her a pupillage” [Legal Cheek]