Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 20 March

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

newspapers4Lawyer jailed for siphoning off £50,000 of her clients’ cash – including £10,000 belonging to a hospice she used to fund a luxury ski trip [Mail Online]

Despair and not a lot of hope: what the government has done to UK justice [ObiterJ]

Some CPS barristers “lack flair”, says inspection report [BBC News]

Labour admits plans for “in-depth reform” of judicial review ahead of election manifesto [The Lawyer]

Tunisia museum attack: solicitor named as British woman killed in terrorist massacre [The Mirror] — her husband, also a solicitor, survived [Mail Online]

British victim of Tunisia museum shooting named as solicitor Sally Adey [The Telegraph]

Wishing you a very happy International Day of Happiness [Twitter]

Man breached court curfew — by smoking in his garden shed [Daily Post]

Mike Ashley claims committee “breached his human rights” after publishing letters about hearing [The Telegraph]

Chinese “barefoot lawyer” escaped house arrest using bat-like echolocation [The Telegraph]

Law GIF [Facebook]

French speaking law graduate/paralegal sought for leading international law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“In 3 years at Durham, I met one solitary person who actually came from Co Durham, and only about 20 or so people who were not middle class Southerners like me.” [Legal Cheek Comments]