Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 17 April

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

newspapers4Police consider challenge to CPS ruling not to charge Janner over abuse allegations [The Guardian]

Assange agrees to be questioned in London [The Local]

Julian Assange speech prompts judges to boycott legal conference [The Guardian]

David Allen Green: If a politician breaks a promise should a voter have a legal remedy? [Financial Times]

Britain’s wealthy judges must prevent subconscious bias against poor people, says Lord Neuberger [The Independent]

Respect women’s right to wear veil in court, says Britain’s most senior judge Lord Neuberger [The Guardian]

Criminal court charges anger lawyers [Financial Times]

#JudgeRobingRoomProblems [Twitter]

Lawyers are getting dumber: New figures show law school applicants achieving top grades halved in five years [Mail Online]

Meet the lawyer taking on Uber and the rest of the on-demand economy [Fusion]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Conveyancing Paralegal at reputable firm based in the south west [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“CC has got itself in to a very dangerous corner. The argument that employees are entitled to publicly air deeply offensive views is, to my mind, simply incompatible with modern business practice.” [Legal Cheek Comments]