Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Christmas Eve

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Madonna goes to court to force ex-husband Guy Ritchie to return son Rocco, 15, to New York after teen “says he wants to stay with Dad in England” [Mail Online]

Minimum alcohol pricing plan “may breach EU law” [BBC News]

Growing up under Communist rule made me the tough feminist barrister I am today [The Telegraph]

10 human rights cases that defined 2015 [UK Human Rights Blog]

Number of female solicitors in Scotland overtakes male for first time [The Guardian]

#LawStudentProblems [Twitter]

Huddersfield lawyer Nisa Ul Haq vanishes hours before sentencing for people trafficking crimes [Huddersfield Examiner]

Slater & Gordon faces class action suit over Quindell division purchase [The Telegraph]

Friends fear for Chinese Christian lawyer spending Christmas behind bars [The Guardian]

It’s the 2016 predictions mashup special [Legal Brat]

“There are a lot of jealous people out there. Well done to the talented Ms King, great writing.” [Legal Cheek Comments]



Roaring at LC quoting one of the few comments complementing KK!!!



Any chance of reopening comments on career posts LC? Some of the suggestions (eg yesterday’s “Do university work 9 – 6 in your local library through your Xmas holiday”) are quite frankly bizarre and it would be nice for sane commentators to be able to redress the balance!



Corbyn. Sympathiser.


Corbyn. Sympathiser.

Hello again! I hope you have a Merry Christmas, and a happy new year!



Hiya! Merry Xmas too. I wish you an unsympathetic new year.


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