Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 12 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia in breach of national, international and EU law, say lawyers [The Independent]

Nine Tory bully victims “will not give evidence to inquiry” [BBC News]

Heartbroken parents of British entrepreneur shot dead in Berlin by a man wearing a cowboy hat call on police to charge ‘Neo-Nazi who hates foreigners’ with his murder [Mail Online]

Did Sean Penn break the law with El Chapo interview? [BBC News]

Grammar school expansion legal challenge dropped [The Telegraph]

A firm that ran a “horror” jail in America is taking over a British youth prison [BuzzFeed]

Disgraced Oscar Pistorius to appeal conviction for murdering girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp [The Express]

King of Spain’s sister appears in court to face tax evasion charges [The Guardian]

The lawyer from ‘Making A Murderer’ describes what’s wrong with America’s criminal justice system [Business Insider]

Apply now: Linklaters Pathfinder Insight Day for first years [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Also no Welsh-based appointees. Again.” [Legal Cheek Comments]