Morning round-up: Thursday 10 March

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


How a Brexit could save Europe from itself [The Telegraph]

UK Ministry of Justice secure email system browns out [The Register]

Saudi Arabia issues extraordinary defence of human rights record in speech to UN council [The Independent]

Families get legal aid for Glasgow bin lorry private prosecution [BBC News]

“loooooool” [Twitter]

Appeals to suspend Spanish judge who “asked rape victim if she tried closing her legs” [The Sun]

Facebook’s Like button ‘violates European privacy laws,’ German court rules [Mail Online]

Wealthy mum slapped with £30,000 legal bill over her daughter’s noisy dog Scally [The Mirror]

Dean of UC Berkeley School of Law sued for sexual harassment [The Washington Post]

“I am being asked to pay £150 for a test in order to make an informed decision on whether to proceed with a course I’ll have already put down hundreds of pounds for in deposit. In what world does this make sense?” [Legal Cheek Comments]