Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 2 July

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

newspapers3European Court of Human Rights upholds French ban on full-face veils [The Independent]

CPS lawyer dies at Magistrates’ Court in Chatham [Kent Online]

Law could be changed to stop “revenge pornography”, says Grayling [The Telegraph]

Coulson lawyer urges sentencing restraint for “man of talent” [The Financial Times]

Meet Britain’s Bitcoin Barrister [Wall Street Journal]

You cannot be serious! Peers call “out” on government’s judicial review reforms [UK Human Rights Blog]

Luis Suarez using Spanish lawyer with links to Barcelona in FIFA ban appeal [Mail Online]

Met faces huge legal bill as court rules detention breached man’s rights [Evening Standard]

Former Tinder executive sues company for alleged sexual harassment [The Daily Dot]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Unless you have a degree, not a 1st, from Oxford or Cambridge you have close to no chance in getting into a commercial chambers. Now that is discrimination if I ever saw it and I have seen lots” [Legal Cheek comments]