Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 22 July

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

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The weirdest things you can’t do in public in the UK [The Telegraph]

Lawyer fined for missing phone-hacking email in News International review [The Guardian]

European court tells Rome: Introduce civil union for gay couples [The Telegraph]

MoJ tries to keep a brave face amid signs of legal strike panic [Politics.co.uk]

David Allen Green: The “Save Legal Aid” Crisis — is an end(game) in sight? [Jack of Kent Blog]

Dear Channel 4… [Twitter]

University of Warwick law students to fight death row cases in America this summer [The Independent]

“I’m fine…I’m always a target” 50 Cent talks legal woes [Daily Star]

At least six missing after clampdown on human rights lawyers in China [The Guardian]

Belfast office of law firm Baker & McKenzie officially opens [RTE News]

Law graduate/paralegal with excellent Excel skills required for global investment bank [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“In my day we expressed displeasure face-to-face instead of note writing.” [Legal Cheek Comments]