Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 3 September

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


The four ways Europe is treating refugees like convicted criminals [The Independent]

UK raises human rights concerns over Vice News journalists arrested in Turkey [The Guardian]

Vice News journalists transferred to a prison hours away from legal help [Vice News]

Now police say they have to get the BUS to catch criminals [Mail Online]

For one Missouri lawyer, eight clients executed in 18 months [BBC News Magazine]

Switzerland closes legal loophole on drunk cable car drivers [The Guardian]

Hartlepool law lecturer launches legal action claiming she was “stitched up” by college bosses [Hartlepool Mail]

What are the security risks for law firms using Windows 10? [LexisNexis Future of Law Blog]

Chinese human rights lawyer: “You might disappear at any time” [The Guardian]

Private client paralegal required at Henley-On-Thames based firm [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I spilt a bit of beer on mine, rolled it up and used it to sniff a line of coke with, then finally used a quill and a drop blood to sign it; and then, finally, sealed the envelope with sealing wax and a lit cigar.” [Legal Cheek Comments]