Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 24 February

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

newspapers4Facebook privacy policy violates European law, says report [The Register]

It’s time we celebrated it Britain’s legal sector, by Chris Grayling [CityAM]

Legal aid reforms are not the justice intended in Magna Carta [Politics.co.uk]

MPs reject backbench bid to amend abortion laws [BBC News]

Oz drug smugglers lose latest death row appeal [Sky News]

Judge tells ex-wife of millionaire racehorse vet to get a job in landmark divorce case [London Evening Standard]

Not The Global Law Summit draws huge crowd [Twitter] and [Instagram]

The World’s 10 Worst Anti-Women Laws: How Do These Still Exist? [Marie Claire]

Roman Polanski’s lawyer wants media barred from Polish courtroom [The Guardian]

Swindon Town Football Club faces court over law firm debt [BBC News]

Bob Marley estate wins court battle against T-shirt merchandisers [The Guardian]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Residential conveyancing paralegal at South West based firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“I am at the entry stage of a legal career. I do not know anyone who intends to enter criminal law. Do such people exist?” [Legal Cheek Comments]