Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 20 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Terrorism Act incompatible with human rights, court rules in David Miranda case [The Guardian]

Iraqi lawyer paid fortune in taxpayers’ cash to quiz Our Boys… again [The Sun]

Leonardo DiCaprio uses French privacy law to prevent pictures of him kissing Rihanna in a nightclub from being published [Mail Online]

Tony Blair, the lawyer, “thought winning the argument was the same as making the change” [The Independent]

Paris attacks: Victim’s mother “to sue Belgium” [BBC News]

Lord Janner: CPS and police were ‘wrong’ not to prosecute earlier, says official report [The Telegraph]

Joshua Rozenberg: People with advanced dementia have no place in court [The Guardian]

Lawyer to teacher: Meet the career-changers [The Telegraph]

Judge in Rangers case targeted by internet bloggers [The Scotsman]

American woman facing jail for Facebook tag [Huffington Post]

Training contract with immediate start up for grabs at a commercial property firm based in London [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Whoever would’ve thought working as a solicitor in the City would be stressful!” [Legal Cheek Comments]