Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 5 October

By on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


David Cameron: I will ignore Europe’s top court on prisoner voting [The Telegraph]

Médecins Sans Frontières hospital bombing ‘violates international law [The Guardian]

Judges show plenty of mercy… as long as you’re like them [The Observer]

LinkedIn pays big after class action lawsuit over user emails [Mashable]

Facebook, Google and Amazon await EU court ruling over legality of data-transfer agreement [The Independent]

A senior mandarin has admitted that promoting human rights abroad is no longer one of the Government’s priorities [The Independent]

It’s official: you don’t have to read the Ts & Cs [The Telegraph]

Barrister Tom Lawal is finalist in Black British Business Awards [Birmingham Post]

Australian PR consultant sues her solicitor claiming he mishandled her multi-million-dollar divorce settlement because he was “hungover” [Mail Online]

Norton Rose Fulbright — winter vacation scheme applications open [Legal Cheek Hub]

“My pupil master would often greet me by saying, ‘yo mother f**ker!'” [Legal Cheek Comments]