Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 27 May

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Cuts have left court system ‘close to breaking point’ and have put its credibility at risk, MPs warn [The Independent]

Beware of rich men who use litigation as a means to an end [Financial Times]

Theresa May launches sharia law review [The Guardian]

#MasteroftheRolls [Twitter]

Google wins six-year legal battle with Oracle over Android code copyright [The Guardian]

Jules Bianchi family launch legal action against F1 Group, FIA and Marussia after fatal accident [The Telegraph]

Drug-peddling brothers jailed after mocking judge on Facebook lose sentencing appeal [Manchester Evening News]

Judge blocks release of videos in Clinton email case [The Telegraph]

Applications are currently being accepted for training contracts at Linklaters to commence in 2018 [Legal Cheek Hub]

“His lordship had declined the title after discovering ‘the Rolls’ had nothing to do with buns” [Legal Cheek comments]