Morning round-up: Wednesday 20 April

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Judge offers to pay fine for teenager who stabbed paedophile [Metro]

We DO meddle too much, says EU boss: Juncker finally tells the truth on bloated Brussels and admits many laws should have been left to national governments [Mail Online]

Michael Gove’s blurred vision of a post-EU Britain [The Independent]

Celebrity injunction extended for two more days by supreme court [The Guardian]

Canada’s new doctor-assisted dying law takes shape [The Economist]

How do I get a pupillage? [Legal Cheek Careers]

Yvette Cooper calls for greater monitoring of online harassment [The Guardian]

How to write like a lawyer [Legal Business]

Ex-Addleshaw Goddard lawyer sentenced over meth possession []

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“…to quote the time-honoured phrase: ‘A man who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client.’ Especially, I might add, if you’re going to allege dishonesty.” [Legal Cheek Comments]