Morning round-up: Tuesday 24 May

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Joshua Rozenberg: The limits of freedom of expression at university [Legal Cheek]

Passionate Boris Johnson defends European Convention on Human Rights — but says we should still quit EU [The Mirror]

Mau Mau rebellion victims claim parliament was misled over torture [The Guardian]

Three women hand themselves in to police for breaking abortion law [BBC News]

The lawyer behind Louis van Gaal’s sacking [The Express]

Dr Eva Carneiro to be represented by Manchester United season ticket holder in case against Chelsea and Jose Mourinho [The Telegraph]

High Court judge’s “grave concern” for boy, 14, missing for a year with mother “who might be using new names” [The Telegraph]

Surrogacy laws for single parents to change after court ruling [BBC News]

Young barrister tipped to be Lord Mayor of Belfast [Irish Legal News]

Google fights French legal ruling which would make right to be forgotten stories disappear worldwide [Press Gazette]

Applications for open for training contracts at King & Wood Mallesons [Legal Cheek Hub]

“What a joke this article is. Amal Clooney is an attention seeking junior barrister from a wealthy family. Since she married an A Lister she now fronts high profile cases for other lawyers in between her holidays and celebrity events.” [Legal Cheek Comments]