Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 25 June

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

newspapers3Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson has been found guilty of conspiracy to hack phones [BBC News]

Do not comment on hacking trial until all verdicts are in, judge tells MPs [The Telegraph]

Right-to-die Supreme Court judgement due [BBC News]

Barrister who lied about career to be disbarred [Law Society Gazette]

Seven ways to stand out on a work placement in law [The Guardian]

Newborn baby halts trial of bogus fertility doctor [Twitter]

From ferrets to fish…New EU laws that are ruining Britain [The Express]

British government “breaking law” in forcing data retention by companies [The Guardian]

Granada, not Grenada! British Airways sued over mix-up [The Local]

Solicitors Regulation Authority names first non-lawyer chair [Legal Futures]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Q: What do lawyers and sperm have in common? A: Only one in several million accomplish anything worthwhile!” [Legal Cheek Comments]