Morning round-up: Thursday 25 September

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By Thomas Connelly on

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

newspapers3Family justice minister Simon Hughes calls for review into children’s access to legal aid [The Guardian]

Mr Wank arrested for public lewdness [Huffington Post]

Labour promise “victims’ law” in wake of Rotherham scandal [The Star]

Plymouth University pays law firm Veale Wasbrough Vizards £150k during bosses’ feud [BBC News]

Plymouth University boss and retired judge is under investigation over claims he ‘kissed’ student reps and sexually harassed other female staff [Mail Online]

Goldman Sachs’s new London HQ facing legal challenge from neighbours over their “right to light” [The Independent]

Third drugs trial involving the Sun’s Mazher Mahmood collapses [The Guardian]

Barristers take on solicitors in battle for survival: cost of divorce to fall [Family Law]

Struck-off solicitor jailed for continuing to practise [Law Society Gazette]

No bridezilla antics here! A relaxed Amal Alamuddin travels light with a suitcase and parcel as she touches down in Italy ahead of her wedding to George Clooney [Mail Online]

From high-flying City lawyer and Cambridge graduate to alcoholic [The Tele]

Residential conveyancing paralegal at leading national law firm in the Thames Valley [Legal Cheek jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“I think that man might actually be Niteowl. He’s finally come out after years of painful repression.” [Legal Cheek Comments]