Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 9 September

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Human rights group brings legal action against government over drone strike [The Guardian]

Jeremy Wright QC: The man who advised David Cameron on the legality of Syria drone strikes [The Independent]

David Allen Green: When does the UK government have licence to kill? [Financial Times]

Prince Harry and former Allen & Overy lawyer Chelsy Davy “thinking of giving relationship another chance” after secret tryst in African jungle [Mail Online]

One lawyer’s crusade to defend extreme pornography [The Guardian]

The Tory plan to scrap the Human Rights Act confirmed in Parliament [The Independent]

Eva Carneiro plans legal action against Chelsea after row with Jose Mourinho [Evening Standard]

Wembley lawyer to petition parliament on chemical ban after near-fatal reaction to her hair dye [Brent & Kilburn Times]

Professor admits leaking bar exam questions to student [Japan Times]

Korean speaking law graduates/paralegals sought for international law firm [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Too many female lawyers are judged by their looks — she wants that to change.” [Legal Cheek Comments]