Morning round-up: Monday 11 April

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


HMRC chief was partner at law firm that acted for Cameron offshore fund [The Guardian]

SRA seeks answers from firms linked to Panama Papers [Law Society Gazette]

Celebrity “threesome” injunction: Scottish newspaper names stars behind legal gagging order [The Telegraph]

Why we chose to name A-list super injunction couple — and why we can’t do so online [Daily Record]

Keir Starmer QC says he doesn’t have sights set on leadership — yet [The Guardian]

Leading businesses take stand against states’ new anti-LGBT laws [The Observer]

Esteemed Harvard law professor says he is “glad this chapter is over” after lawyers withdraw their allegations he had sex with an underage teen, saying it was a “mistake” [Mail Online]

How the Peru Two mule secured her freedom with help from a top lawyer [Mail Online]

King & Wood Mallesons seeks campus ambassadors [Legal Cheek Hub]

“What I don’t understand is that the Law Society is happy to waste money suing Solicitors from Hell, but seems to be doing nothing to obtain an injunction against this bunch.” [Legal Cheek Comments]