Morning round-up: Friday 10 July

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By Alex Aldridge on

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


Why are 200 judges suing the UK government? [BBC News]

David Allen Green: Gove must sort out bad MoJ policy-making if he is to uphold the rule of law [Financial Times]

Joshua Rozenberg: Wheelchair or pram, which more deserves space on the bus? [The Guardian]

The real-life Legally Blonde: Law student competing to be Miss England bases herself on Reese Witherspoon’s character [Mail Online]

Harper Lee’s new novel: read the first chapter [The Guardian]

Legal grey areas give scope for Greek debt relief if Europe wants it [Reuters]

Child sex inquiry is a daunting task, admits judge [The Telegraph]

Medical student set on fire by law graduate in nightclub attack [Irish Independent]

The Summer Budget 2015 for corporate lawyers [LexisNexis Corporate Law Blog]

Commercial paralegal required at well respected Dorset based law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Loads of rejections went out today following the article in Legal Cheek. I do not know a single person who has got an interview including those who have got interviews at Brick Court etc. [Legal Cheek Comments]