Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 19 January

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

newspapers4Magistrates in new legal aid warning to Grayling as survey shows growing fears over justice system [Bureau of Investigative Journalism]

Legal aid cuts hit divided families as contact centres close down [The Observer]

Lawyers and MPs round on “absurd” judicial review reforms [Law Society Gazette]

Saudi Muslim leader organising “legal action against Charlie Hebdo” over Mohamed cartoons [The Independent]

The law is lagging behind in the fight against terror [The Telegraph]

Monday and it’s back to law tweets again [Twitter]

Michael Wolfkind QC, the lawyer for ex-girlfriend of paedophile musician Ian Watkins, hits out at police [The Observer]

London tech start-ups targeted by Silicon Valley law firm [The Telegraph]

Perez Hilton threatens to call lawyers on Celebrity Big Brother housemates as CBB goes into meltdown [The Mirror]

Paralegal PA required for leading International law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Whilst Oxford and Cambridge students are good, there is nothing magical about them.” [Legal Cheek Comments]