Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 10 February

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

newspapers4Amal Clooney to represent “hooded men” in torture legal case [BBC News]

Living in a human rights desert [Justice Gap]

Jury selection begins in murder trial of PTSD Marine who “shot dead American Sniper Chris Kyle” [Mail Online]

Law student Michael Tupper jailed for raping women [BBC News]

Cambridge criminologist calls for “sexual violence courts” to protect rape victims [Cambridge News]

Law firm consumer brand sponsors Judge Rinder [Legal Futures]

Why now is the time for London to be proud of its world-leading legal sector [City A.M.]

Why every aspiring lawyer should study human rights law [The Guardian]

Iggy Azalea threatens Papa Johns with legal action after pizza delivery company gives out her mobile number at the Grammys 2015 [The Independent]

Law GIF [Facebook]

LPC graduate required for large South London based firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“Tip #1 for every aspiring IP lawyer: Don’t admit the alleged infringement in the first line of your reply! This man is a law professor?” [Legal Cheek Comments]