Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 8 April

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

newspapers4Bar weighs option of breaking up barristers’ training [Financial Times]

Police hunt for “thug who punched lawyer as he pushed past her on crowded London bus” [Evening Standard]

Cherie Blair quits as judge to focus on lucrative firm [Mail Online]

Ed Balls name checks legal blogger on BBC Radio 4 Today Programme [Twitter]

Judge makes quip about former members of the judiciary sacked for watching porn at work [Twitter]

Town ups fines for Clooney gawkers [Belfast Telegraph]

Amal Clooney nails the Seventies trend in orange top and caramel midi skirt as she talks a walk in downtown New York [Mail Online]

Prince Andrew sex allegations rejected by judge [Huffington Post]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Event: Newly qualified solicitor recruitment evenings at Addleshaw Goddard [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“The Judge must have been blasting some mad grass in his trusty hooka pipe to label Exeter a top law school. Too many red trouser wearing toffs about.” [Legal Cheek Comments]