Morning round-up: Thursday 3 December

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Plan to scrap Human Rights Act delayed again [The Guardian]

Legal battle by Yorkshire Ripper could leave taxpayer with six-figure bill [The Telegraph]

Kim Jong-un’s aunt sues defectors in South Korea [BBC News]

The future for middle market law firms [Legal Business]

Parents take legal action after a school forced Muslim children to pray outside kneeling in the playground in the rain and leaving them “soaked to the skin” [Mail Online]

Woman could lose home over “lunatic” pony legal battle [BBC News]

Turkish court asks ‘Gollum experts’ if Erdoğan comparison is insult [The Guardian]

Kardashian’s threat lawsuit after controversial domestic violence campaign goes viral [UniLad]

Meet Haben Girma, the inspirational deafblind Harvard law grad [The Tab]

Law students disciplined for vulgar intramural team name [TaxProf Blog]

Applications now being accepted for Herbert Smith Freehills’ spring vacation scheme [Legal Cheek Hub]

“BSB Putting BS into the Bar… How do they get away with it? Surely sacking crooked barristers and regulating fees is easy?” [Legal Cheek Comments]