Morning round-up: Wednesday 18 March

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By Thomas Connelly on

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

newspapers4Jailed: London law student who advertised for jihadi husband and wrote to Abu Hamza [London Evening Standard]

Judge pornography scandal: Criminals could seek to overturn convictions [The Telegraph]

The company that promised to turn the legal world upside down has had to retreat [Law Society Gazette]

Lawyer for “Bin Laden doctor” killed in Pakistan [BBC News]

Pornographer sacked for reading complex judgments at work [Twitter]

French parliament votes through “deep sleep” law for terminally ill [The Guardian]

Solicitor jailed over embezzlement from Dumfries firm [BBC News]

Robert Durst: Listen to chilling moment millionaire accused of murder says “I killed them all” in TV documentary [The Mirror]

Law banning “revenge evictions” by landlords passed in House of Lords [International Business Times]

Lawyer who “liked to dress as TSA worker for cavity search sex tapes” accused of choking girlfriend he met online when she broke up with him [Mail Online]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Private Client Paralegal at Legal 500 firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]