Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 5 April

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Junior doctors’ row: Government hit with second legal challenge over contracts [BBC News]

Northern Irish woman given suspended sentence over self-induced abortion [The Guardian]

The Panama Papers — why it’s very possible the behaviour is criminal [Legal Business]

Panama Papers law firm may have helped hide Brink’s-Mat loot [The Telegraph]

Panama ‘tax scam’ lawyer is son of Nazi SS officer from dreaded Death’s Head division who fled to South America then SPIED on Cuba for the CIA, brother reveals [Mail Online]

Endorse me on LinkedIn [Twitter]

Doughty Street’s Kirsty Brimelow QC represents Tulisa as she pleads guilty to drink driving in her Ferrari [The Mirror]

Senior judges are hanging up their wigs. Replacing them won’t be cheap [The Guardian]

Cherie Blair laps up some love from old friends as she celebrates Baroness Scotland’s new Commonwealth role [Mail Online]

Applications are now open being accepted for pupillage at Hardwicke (Non-Gateway) [Legal Cheek Hub]

How can anyone fail the LPC? You can write your name and the date and walk away with a 60% pass [Legal Cheek Comments]