Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 13 October

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

newspapers3Lord Neuberger on the Supreme Court: Five key cases from its first five years [The Independent]

People who post “revenge porn” on internet face two years in jail, says Chris Grayling [The Telegraph]

Theresa May orders police: Stop abusing our terror laws to hack phones and spy on journalists [Mail Online]

Geoffrey Robertson QC criticises arrests over alleged sex crimes [BBC News]

A law firm set up by insurer Admiral to get round a ban on selling customers’ details has made almost £3million in its first seven months of trading [This is Money]

Lawyer Margaret Casely-Hayford wins ‘Black British Business Person of the Year’ [The Voice]

Law of the jungle: Lawyers now an endangered species [Sydney Morning Herald]

Judge rules man who took photos up ladies’ skirts at Lincoln Memorial didn’t violate their privacy [Mail Online]

Argentine war veterans to file legal complaint against Jeremy Clarkson [The Independent]

Europe mulls weaker “right to be forgotten” Google rule [The Register]

Monday morning cartoon [BabyBarista]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“I know lawyers hate maths but if every firm requires a 2 week vac scheme then that is about two years of solid vac schemes just to make 50 applications. How is that helpful or fair?” [Legal Cheek Comments]

0-3 years PQE residential conveyancing solicitor in growing team at London firm TV Edwards [Legal Cheek Jobs]