Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 29 April

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

newspapers4Lord Janner complainants to seek review of CPS decision [BBC News]

Conservatives promise law to curb tax rises [BBC News]

Lawyers unimpressed at Tories proposing a law “simply saying they won’t change other laws” [Twitter]

Everest solicitor safe after Nepal earthquake [Law Society Gazette]

MPs’ expenses claims must be disclosed in full, Court of Appeal rules [The Guardian]

Lawyer and politician Lutfur Rahman to challenge ejection from mayoralty [Twitter]

Louis Vuitton’s chequered pattern under threat from EU [The Telegraph]

Bali 9: Lawyer of executed Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumuran tweets “I failed. I lost” [International Business Times]

Dechert partner Miriam Gonzalez (aka Nick Cleg’s wife) is absolutely everywhere at the moment [Google News]

US Supreme Court feels weight of all human history as it debates legalising gay marriage [The Telegraph]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Paralegal roles at Pinsent Masons to start in September — deadline to apply is Thursday [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“There are only 100 [pupillage places] which are worth having.” [Legal Cheek Comments]