Morning round-up: Monday 27 October

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

newspapers3CMS Cameron McKenna partner Fiona Woolf must quit inquiry for sake of the victims [Mail Online]

“Tesco Law” rules relaxed to encourage more one-stop law shops [The Telegraph]

George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin unite family and friends for post-wedding party [Hello!]

Man who filmed Magistrates’ Court row is forced to apologise to judge [Chronicle Live]

US law firms muscle in on UK [Financial Times]

Iranian lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh detained at protest against acid attacks on women [The Observer]

Shameless Apprentice wannabes facing legal action for chasing showbiz deals [Daily Star]

Deutsche Bank lawyer found dead in New York in suicide [Wall Street Journal]

Why do employers rarely offer explanations to rejected candidates? [The Independent]

Reverse Reeva Steenkamp and Oscar Pistorius’ roles, and she would have been called a femme fatale and found guilty [The Telegraph]

“Oh good. The Bar Council will solve mental health with a survey. Presumably the BSB will be curing cancer with a checklist and the LSB is just popping over to Syria with a policy paper and will be back by Christmas.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Heard in court [Facebook]

Litigation assistant at highly regarded Legal 500 firm in Essex [Legal Cheek Jobs]