Morning round-up: Tuesday 15 March

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Paris climate change treaty to be enshrined in UK law [The Independent]

Calais migrants: Legal fight over stowaway fines [BBC News]

The new frontier in assaults on privacy and what the law is — or isn’t — doing about it [The Guardian]

Judge sues Ministry of Justice after receiving warning for claiming decision to bar Lutfur Rahman was “racist” [The Telegraph]

Michael Gove should be sacked if he leaked the Queen’s views about the EU referendum, Labour says [The Independent]

Too many reasonable men? What ails law firm leadership [Legal Business]

Judges feel undervalued, says retired court of appeal member [The Guardian]

Personal injury lawyer who “flipped” and attacked his wife then held her in a headlock in front of their two children on a plane at 30,000ft as they flew to Portugal avoids jail [Mail Online]

German man stands trial for “gunning down” former Freshfields lawyer in Berlin [The Telegraph]

Norway killer Anders Breivik sues over human rights [BBC News]

Hogan Lovells training contract applications are open for non-law students and graduates [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Can we please drop the top. I suggest reputable, successful , progressive, anything but top. Please.” [Legal Cheek Comments]