Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 15 October

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

newspapers3Secret terror trial: Law student Erol Incedal “planned attack on Tony Blair’s house or Mumbai-style atrocity” jury hears [The Telegraph]

Police found handwritten notes by the law student with parts headed “law” with “use law as cover” and “do not break law” [Evening Standard]

Leading law firms failing to move with the times online, website study finds [Legal Futures]

Bury lawyer is a heavyweight in the boxing ring [Bury Times]

Right to be forgotten graphic [The Independent]

Officials in Thailand say they are preparing to add martial law to a list of tourist attractions [BBC News]

Catalonia cancels Scottish-style referendum on independence [The Telegraph]

Amal Alamuddin took George Clooney’s name? Oh please – put your torches and pitchforks away [The Guardian]

Judge Rinder amongst the nominations for best daytime show at the National TV Awards 2015 [National TV Awards]

Paralegal PA required for niche litigation law firm [Legal Cheek jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Feminism must surely be about choice. She had a choice. She made a choice.” [Legal Cheek Comments]