Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Christmas Eve

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

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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]