Morning round-up: Tuesday 21 October

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By Legal Cheek on

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

newspapers3Lauren Riley, the family law solicitor on The Apprentice, had a “full-on fling” with contestant James Hill during competition [Mail Online]

Amal Alamuddin has been named the most “influential” female Londoner based solely on her work and not her husband [The Telegraph]

Marriage is no better than cohabiting and legal rights should be abolished, says adulterous judge [Mail Online]

Why is abortion still a criminal offence in the UK? [The Telegraph]

Trolling haters may be beyond the legal system: there are some things you can’t do with the law and shouldn’t try to [Evening Standard]

Google changes “to fight piracy” by highlighting legal sites [BBC News]

Google removes results linking to stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence nude [The Guardian]

Fan of Japanese anime makes British legal history after conviction for having pictures of cartoon children [The Mirror]

Prison suicides: the disgrace that Chris Grayling doesn’t get [The Guardian]

Solicitor charged with defrauding clients of more than £600k [Manchester Evening News]

Mahatma Gandhi’s barrister certificate from Inner Temple goes on display in India [The Hindu]

Residential conveyancing paralegal in Henley-On-Thames [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Considering someone found herself before them for filling in her CPD form with a pencil they do seem to have a worryingly itchy trigger finger…” [Legal Cheek Comments]