Morning round-up: Tuesday 4 November

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By Thomas Connelly on

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

newspapers3Judge attacks Chris Grayling for failing to provide prisoners with healthy sex courses [The Telegraph]

Digging into Facebook’s malicious prosecution suit against DLA Piper [Business Insider]

Frances Crook: Ann Maguire’s killer should never have been named [The Guardian]

Yorkshire’s legal sector “returns to solid growth” [Yorkshire Post]

Bar Standards Board left with £100,000 bill after QASA costs ruling [Legal Futures]

“She has not broken a single law:” Brother of SOAS law student imprisoned for attending a volleyball game in Iran speaks out [The Independent]

Expenses cheat Denis MacShane blames judge for “being in love with prison sentences” [Evening Standard]

Gym-goers want to ban lawyer representing maverick Ebola nurse from workout equipment because he might sweat on the machines [Mail Online]

Washington Redskins owner suing five Native Americans over successful trademark petition [The Independent]

Man charged with driving aeroplane to the pub [BBC News]

German speaking law graduate/paralegal sought for central London litigation boutique [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“The GDL route harbours an obscenely-misplaced assumption that a one-year conversion course is sufficient academic training for legal practice” [Legal Cheek Comments]