Morning round-up: Monday 10 November

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By Legal Cheek on

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

newspapers3MPs are due to vote on whether the UK should sign up to a range of law and order measures drawn up by the EU [BBC News]

Disgraced judge Constance Briscoe is out of jail — with a leg tag [Mail Online]

Obama nominates Loretta Lynch as attorney general [BBC News]

Is having a “friend” for your day in court a good thing? [BBC News]

Cambridge University law professor elected as a Judge of the International Court of Justice at The Hague [The Cambridge Student]

Sir Alan Moses calls for good press self-regulation and a strong regulator [Society of Editors]

The law of the jungle as Scottish legal firms battle changing economy [BBC News]

Solicitor, 57, cleared of exposing himself [Sidmouth Herald]

New York law firm Napoli Bern Ripka Shkolnik rocked by sex claims and power struggle [The Telegraph]

Here’s how to nail your training contract interview [The Guardian]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“The House of Lords is both privileged and undemocratic. It is also brilliant. The judiciary too.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Personal injury paralegal required at Manchester law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]