Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 25 April

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Justice secretary Gove warns of migration “free-for-all” if Britain votes to stay in the EU because expansion will hand millions from five nations including Turkey the right to move freely to the UK [Mail Online]

Legal aid cuts have led to surge in DIY defence, says charity [The Observer]

“I’d never know when or if he was coming back”: Top divorce lawyer Ayesha Vardag on how her charming but absent father shaped her life [Mail Online]

Edward Snowden sues Norway to avoid extradition to US [The Independent]

EU “threatens legal action” over British lorry tax [The Telegraph]

We asked a solicitor how stalking law actually works [Vice]

Breivik reminds us human rights never stand alone [The Guardian]

Caitlyn Jenner condemns ‘bathroom law’ forcing transgender people to use public toilets based on birth gender [The Independent]

Paul Hollywood tells of “backlash” after he tried to patent his “600-year-old” surname [The Express]

Shearman & Sterling seeks campus ambassadors [Legal Cheek Hub]

“If my rich and influential father payed [sic] £10,000 for the privilege of work experience at a MC firm I potentially wished to work for, I would milk the hell out of it.” [Legal Cheek Comments]