Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 3 September

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

newspapers3David Cameron calls for “common sense” response as Ashya King’s parents plan to sue [Evening Standard]

Indonesian law student faces six years in jail for defaming an entire city by calling it “stupid” on social media [Mail Online]

Two California judges censured after having sex with law clerks and job applicants in their chambers [Mail Online]

Deadmau5 — Of Mice Against Men … Disney Fights DJ Over Ears Logo [TMZ]

Legal aid cut for family courts “damaging” for children [BBC News]

Indian court bans animal sacrifice [The Guardian]

Singing barristers surprise mum who helped son reach the bar [Surrey Comet]

16 of the best mugshot photos ever [Unilad]

Human rights legislation in the UK: a cut-out-and-keep guide [The Guardian]

Commercial litigation paralegal required for US law firm in London [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“The low admission rate for state school kids to Oxbridge is a symptom of a failure which needs addressing.” [Legal Cheek Comments]