Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 4 September

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

newspapers3A football fan who was fined for taking a free-kick during a Premier League game has funded his fine through crowd-funding [Evening Standard]

Judge fired over provocative pictures posted online [The Moscow Times]

Jennifer Lawrence nude leaked photos: Victoria Justice taking legal action after naked photo hack [The Mirror]

The British version of Judge Judy has earned a second series, but the jury is out on its merits, says Jonathan Ames [Twitter via The Times]

Man in court for anger management hearing “attacks his female lawyer” [Mail Online]

David Allen Green: RIPA requests Plebgate and journalistic sources [Financial Times]

Ex-solicitor who gave up six-figure salary to become the human cannonball leader of a circus threatens to sue council [Hemel Today]

Bizarre road rage incident sees beloved Disney character and SpongeBob SquarePants beat up minivan owner [Mail Online]

Commercial property paralegal at highly respected law firm in Oxford [Legal Cheek jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“The idea of having “one super legal profession library” has an obvious appeal. However, what happens in the event of its destruction in a serious fire or, heaven forbid, a terrorist attack?” [Legal Cheek Comments]