Morning round-up: Friday 14 August

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By Alex Aldridge on

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


Janner lawyers lose attempt to halt court appearance on child abuse claims [The Guardian]

Full transcript: The Queen (oao Lord Janner of Braunstone QC) -v- Westminster Magistrates Court and CPS [Courts and Tribunals Judiciary]

Fake lawyer Mohammed Kabba jailed for “tricking judges” [BBC News]

PE more popular than law at A-level [i100]

Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro could have grounds to launch claims for constructive dismissal and sex discrimination [Eurosport]

Modern art installation at Westminster Mags? [Twitter]

If the UK votes to leave the EU what will be the impact on case law and legislation? [Halsbury’s Law Exchange]

Japanese boxer, 24, bursts into lawyer’s office, cuts off the 42-year-old man’s penis with garden shears and flushes the organ down the toilet after discovering wife’s affair [Mail Online]

Men in ancient Egypt were given 8ft-long prenups [Mail Online]

Tom Brady sketch artist apologises after courtroom drawing spawns endless memes [The Independent]

Jeremy Corbyn tried to pass a law to make Arsenal officially named the “best team in world” [Metro]

Real estate paralegal required at leading south east based law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“Meant well, I’m sure, but I suspect it is rather harder to overcome a poor set of ‘A’ levels in this more brutal age…” [Legal Cheek Comments]