Morning round-up: Thursday 13 November

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By Thomas Connelly on

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

newspapers3Defendants should never be tried anonymously, says Lord Chief Justice [The Guardian]

Full transcript of yesterday’s press conference with Lord Chief Justice []

Oxford-educated former solicitor, 36, set to make thousands from huge teddy bear collection as he (finally) moves out of home [Mail Online]

Lord Goldsmith calls for review of convictions as undercover reporter Mazher Mahmood is exposed [The Independent]

Time to leave the internet [Twitter]

Lawyer turned sailor fails in bid to sue Sir Robin Knox-Johnston over round-the-world yacht race [The Telegraph]

Joshua Rozenberg: Appeal court ruling on Max Clifford shows how far defendants can go [The Guardian]

Law students get down to business [The Guardian]

Barrister by day, magician by night [Made in Shoreditch]

Former Baker Mckenzie senior partner selected as a prospective UKIP Parliamentary candidate [Southern Daily Echo]

Husband and wife attorney duo accused of stabbing law firm’s managing partner [Above the Law]

Heard in court [Facebook]

Clinical negligence paralegal at top 100 firm based in Bristol [Legal Cheek jobs]

“Parties is the main word ruined for me. ‘Straddling’ is another, having just studied corporation tax on the LPC.” [Legal Cheek comments]