Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 29 October

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

newspapers3Naked rambler Stephen Gough loses human rights case [BBC News]

Chris Huhne loses legal costs appeal [The Guardian]

Ex-Halliwells partners win immunity from liquidator claims [Legal Futures]

Judge criticises magistrates for wasting taxpayers’ money by ‘shunting’ cases to crown court [Hull Daily Mail]

Former Court of Appeal judge eats porridge in the Clink [Twitter]

DPP highlights importance of prosecuting in public interest [The Justice Gap]

Networking group aims to help women reach legal high in City [London Evening Standard]

Ryanair faces £6m penalty for violating French labour laws after court throws out appeal [Mail Online]

Real Madrid planning to take legal action after Zinedine Zidane was banned from coaching for three months because of a lack of qualifications [The Independent]

Female lawyers group asks NBC to put controversial ‘Bad Judge’ TV show out of its misery [Jezebel]

Senior paralegal required for Sussex technology firm [Legal Cheek jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Am I being unduly cynical to regard paralegal positions as both the starting point, and – realistically – the final destination, for those who choose that path?” [Legal Cheek Comments]