Morning round-up: Thursday 12 February

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By Legal Cheek on

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

newspapers4Police invoke 1872 ‘cow law’ Act to get golf buggy driver defended by Mr Loophole convicted [The Telegraph]

‘Revenge porn’ illegal under new law in England and Wales [BBC News]

UK judges disillusioned after drop in pay and conditions, survey finds [Guardian]

Wearing ‘flimsy dresses’ suggests girls are ‘loose and free’ claims barrister behind sexual consent row [Mirror]

Law firms providing ‘Sharia’ advice risk losing their license to practise [Breitbart]

Child abuse inquiry: Judge has ‘no establishment links’ [BBC News]

Broadchurch or narrow minded? A Cambridge barrister’s blood pressure rises as he dissects the legal flaws in ITV drama [Cambridge News]

Costa Concordia captain pleads for leniency as verdict nears [Guardian]

Taylor Swift suing alleged former guitar teach over domain name ‘’ [Music Times]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Litigation paralegal required for South West based 5 office law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“This is all to do with making a stand against Grayling. It has nothing to do with self promotion. The boy can totally influence legal aid policy from Epsom town hall.” [Legal Cheek Comments]