Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 14 October

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

newspapers3Written UK constitution would limit influence of Strasbourg court, says Neuberger [The Guardian]

Just call me Amal Clooney! George’s wife reveals she has taken her husband’s name on law firm’s website …as she heads back to work [Mail Online]

Denmark moves to ban animal sex due to rise in bestiality tourism [Mashable]

Parents speak of legal fight for children without a lawyer [BBC News]

Philip Hammond states Britain has “legal basis” for expanding campaign against Isil to Syria [The Telegraph]

Oscar Pistorius community service call angers prosecutor [BBC News]

The Judge: a likable, two-inch-deep legal potboiler [The Guardian]

Teller’s trick will disappear from YouTube thanks to court ruling [The Hollywood Reporter]

He’s also legally know as simply ‘Teller’ according to legal documents [Scribd via @JackofKent]

Why I’m a lawyer [New Lawyer Language]

Law manuscripts feature more smiley faces than other types of work [The Independent]

Chambers assistants wanted [Legal Cheek jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“If you looked at the average earnings of only those who have completed the LPC or BVTC then I expect it would be much higher.” [Legal Cheek Comments]