Morning round-up: Tuesday 8 December

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Donald Trump wants a ban on all Muslims entering the US [BuzzFeed]

Man appears in court over incident at Leytonstone station [Mail Online]

Lord Janner: Judge rules dementia sufferer is unfit to plead in child sex abuse trial [The Telegraph]

MoJ considers specialist courts for issues such as domestic abuse [The Guardian]

Niall Horan wins round of libel case [Music News]

The Race Relations Act turns 50 [Twitter]

Lord Neuberger lights Chanukah menorah at Inner Temple [Twitter]

Duncan Bannatyne lied to court about his wealth during divorce case [Metro]

Let’s keep the racist Harvard Law crest and fix the Harvard Law racism [Above the Law]

City firm Hogan Lovells are now accepting applications for both their spring and summer vacation schemes [Legal Cheek Hub]

“As someone applying for a training contract now, two years in advanced, it would be good to know a rough implementation date.” [Legal Cheek Comments]