Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 26 March

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

newspapers4Cheating Premier League footballer at centre of one-night stand blackmail plot should be named, says judge [The Telegraph]

“Appalling” solicitor handed record £305k SDT fine [Law Society Gazette]

Jeremy Clarkson sacked: BBC ‘liaising with police’ over incident involving Oisin Tymon [The Independent]

SOAS law grad Ghoncheh Ghavami: Charges dropped — but volleyball Briton must stay [The Independent]

Grant Shapps was ambushed with legal threat over his alter ego “Michael Green” [BuzzFeed]

The moment Shapps is ambushed [Vine]

39 Essex drops ‘street’ from name [The Lawyer]

Man with 54 convictions has hearing moved after burgling judge’s house [RTÉ News]

Gunman tells judge “suck your mum, rudeboy” after being given life sentence [The Mirror]

Speculation mounts that Amal Clooney might score a Vogue feature [E]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Document review paralegal sought for boutique litigation law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“A friend recently had one of these ‘cv blind’ interviews. First question they got asked: which university are you studying at?” [Legal Cheek Comments]