Morning round up: Thursday 15 January

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By Thomas Connelly on

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

newspapers4Clifford Chance trainee pulls his Charlie Hebdo rant from YouTube [Legal Cheek]

Turkish court blocks websites showing Mohammed cover [International Business Times]

EU lawyer approves ECB bond-buying programme [BBC News]

In 21st century UK a judge actually said this about a child sex victim [i100]

Criminal solicitors to fight plans to reduce on-call lawyers [The Guardian]

Google launches challenge to Max Mosley’s privacy bid [BBC News]

Employment lawyer urges employers not to follow Humberside Police by asking for a selfie from potential candidates [Hull Daily Mail]

Chris Brown’s legal team to porn star … take his penis off twitter [HipHollywood]

Newcastle magistrate dies hours before court appearance over child abuse image collection [Chronicle Live]

Hoarder accuses local council of breaching article 39 of the Magna Carta [Plymouth Herald]

The rise of the boutique law firm [JustCite Blog (sponsored)]

Financial services paralegal sought by global organisation [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“To suggest those calling for him to be sacked, which I realise includes me, are hypocritical with free speech where Islam is concerned, or to call us islamaphobes is a cheap and incredibly nasty thing to do.” [Legal Cheek Comments]