Morning round-up: Monday 14 December

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Barrister stuns court after branding client a “disagreeable old trout” [The Sun]

Home Office “used wrong law” in bid to send high-risk Jamaican criminal home [The Telegraph]

China rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang’s trial ends amid scuffles [BBC News]

Law student terror suspect “enjoyed billionaire’s lifestyle with ‘good friends’ of Prince William and Harry” [The Mirror]

Legal row between Dr Eva Carneiro, Jose Mourinho and Chelsea heads for court in January [Sky Sports]

I’m A Celebrity’s Lady Colin Campbell threatens legal action against Duncan Bannatyne’s girlfriend [Metro]

Everton FC launch legal action against Everton Farm Shop over use of name [The Guardian]

Now the celebrities’ favourite lawyer Mr Loophole wins battle for woman fined £50 for walking her dog off its lead [Mail Online]

The Athens lawyer who became a guardian to refugee camp children [The Observer]

Female judge battered in court by thug who disagreed with her ruling [The Mirror]

“Sexting” damages case: the legal issues [Halsbury’s Law Exchange]

Apply now: Mini-pupillage at Radcliffe Chambers [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Law firms are some of the most narrow minded conservative and boring environments to work in.” [Legal Cheek Comments]