Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 1 May

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

newspapers4LSE takes legal action to evict occupying student protesters [The Guardian]

Ched Evans website will not face legal action [BBC News]

Iceland repeals 400-year-old law allowing anyone to murder anyone from Spain’s Basque region on sight [Mail Online]

Man jailed for filming Liverpool judge on his iPhone during sentencing of his son [Liverpool Echo]

Another Pupillage Gateway comes to a close [Twitter]

Disgraced ex-Tower Hamlets Mayor Lutfur Rahman calls on supporters to donate funds for legal challenge [Evening Standard]

Man denies threatening to kill barrister and UKIP candidate Douglas Robinson-Young [Chronicle Live]

Amal Clooney gets back to business at human rights press conference in DC after a night out with George and her family in New York [Mail Online]

Turkish judges arrested after they ordered release of journalists [Today’s Zaman]

Exploitation of image rights after death: what can we learn from Robin Williams? [Halsbury’s Law Exchange]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Dispute resolution paralegal sought for highly regarded International Firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“Fact is any job worth having in London is more of a 5-9 rather than a 9-5. Good luck to ’em I say … ” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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Ann Onymous

“Amal Clooney gets back to business at human rights press conference in DC”. Yes of course. The last time I checked the primary “business” of the Bar was appearing in court not sounding off at press conferences due to your new found PR appeal because your husband is a celebrity.

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