Morning round-up: Wednesday 6 April

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


David Cameron left dangerously exposed by Panama Papers fallout [The Guardian]

From Watergate to the “Crime of the Century”: How Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the centre of the Panama Papers leak has been tied to history’s most notorious politicians, bank robbers and drug lords [Mail Online]

DLA Piper solicitor, 31, dies after collapsing during Wilmslow Half Marathon [Manchester Evening News]

Italy prosecutor seeks six-month jail term for new Chelsea manager [Reuters]

Solicitor “conned victims into investing more than £200,000 in expensive bottles of fine wine that didn’t exist” [Mail Online]

LGBT couples can be refused service under new Mississippi law [The Guardian]

Criminal barrister Matthew Scott on The Archers: Helen Titchener now faces a legal nightmare — if only Rob had died outright [The Telegraph]

Your Honour, hips don’t lie [Twitter]

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LPC Law seeks BPTC & LPC graduates to work as county court advocates [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“Button-down cuffs might be alright for security guards and solicitors, but not for members of the bar.” [Legal Cheek Comments]