Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 14 January

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

newspapers4Grayling secures MPs’ backing for judicial review reforms [Law Society Gazette]

Lib Dems nod along [Twitter]

Bloke in Belgium tries to trademark Je Suis Charlie slogan [The Register]

Nigel Farage and Fox News’ Sean Hannity agree Sharia law has come to Britain [Huffington Post]

CBB Cami’s shock past: “I studied law to bring sister’s killer to justice” [Daily Star]

Fund to cover fine for man who threw coke at Ukip figure makes target in one hour [i100]

“Very annoying watching such twaddle”: Fans complain ITV crime drama Broadchurch is littered with legal inaccuracies [Mail Online]

Prominent human rights lawyer Waleed Abu Al-Khair’s sentence increased to 15 years in prison [Gulf Center for Human Rights]

Judge to retire after Facebook post in which she mocked another judge with cancer [National Post]

Litigation paralegal at well regarded five office firm based in the South West [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“A word of caution: Although Pret and other sandwich chains are booming at present students who specialise too early in sandwich law could face difficulties if other lunchtime snacks grow in popularity.” [Legal Cheek Comments]