Morning round-up: Monday 7 September

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Assisted dying: Archbishop Welby urges MPs to reject bill [BBC News]

Justin Welby: Why I believe assisting people to die would dehumanise our society for ever [The Guardian]

Magistrates’ warning as court delays create “postcode lottery” [BBC News]

Iraq Inquiry: Give Chilcot more time, MP argues [BBC News]

Kentucky gay marriage row: Rally for jailed clerk Kim Davis [BBC News]

A profile of the lawyer who represented Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev [The New Yorker]

Edward Snowden criticises Russia’s human rights record, says online restrictions, treatment of gays, “wrong” [International Business Times]

White woman impregnated by mistake with black man’s sperm loses court case [The Telegraph]

Shocking mobile phone court video emerges showing US judge threatening to jail defendants if they cannot pay minor fines [Mail Online]

Good luck at law school! [Facebook]

Norton Rose Fulbright seeks dispute resolution paralegal for London office [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Amal Clooney is nothing more than a nonentity barrister who has found notoriety through being married to a celebrity.” [Legal Cheek Comments]