Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 24 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Brexit: UK votes to LEAVE EU in historic referendum [BBC News]

Britain has voted to leave the EU — what happens next? [The Guardian]

Judge: no resuscitation for churchgoer who would ‘accept death as God’s will’ [The Telegraph]

No more Factortame?! [Twitter]

Hike in court fees ‘puts families off challenging wills’ [The Telegraph]

Married lawyer admits drunken tryst with female QC outside Waterloo station [Evening Standard]

Surrogate mum who lost legal fight to keep child made judge ‘fear for her safety’ with stalking and harassment campaign [Manchester Evening News]

Solicitor beat partner in school playground before assaulting police officer [Cornish Guardian]

Top US court blocks Obama migrant plan [BBC News]

Japan drops its ‘no dancing after midnight’ law [Mixmag]

Training contract applications are currently being accepted at Travers Smith [Legal Cheek Hub]

“What he means is he can’t get a TC. He’s classing that as the entry-level job for solicitors. From my experience, Europeans are not taking up many of the TCs on offer. A vote for leave would reduce the number of TCs available, and would therefore hurt his chances.” [Legal Cheek comments]