Morning round-up: Monday 4 April

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Panama Papers: law firm leak reveals elite’s tax havens [BBC News]

Jurgen Mossack and Ramón Fonseca — the lawyers whose firm is at the centre of global controversy [The Independent]

Younger people just aren’t as interested in the EU referendum as older voters [BuzzFeed]

Ten new laws that come into force in April 2016 — and how they affect you [The Independent]

Human rights lawyer Aamer Anwar receives death threats [BBC News]

Greece insists refugee deportations will begin despite doubts over EU-Turkey deal [The Guardian]

Terror suspects get £17m in legal aid [The Sun]

“She’s a beautiful and successful lawyer sitting in 5C”: Flight attendants try to help a passenger find a date by inviting her to hand out sweets so she can check out the single men [Mail Online]

Meet the lawyer turned founder of a chocolate factory [South Wales Argus]

National law firm seeks law graduate paralegals for Oxford office — with a view to a training contract [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Skunk ruins the brain, leads to mental health problems. It’s a progressive drug, high correlation with crime and social problems.” [Legal Cheek Comments]