Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 9 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


EU referendum: Voter extension ‘may be legally challenged’ [BBC News]

David Allen Green: The law and politics of the Conservative election expense allegations [Financial Times]

Britain’s defiant judges fight back against Europe’s imperial court [The Telegraph]

Snoopers’ Charter: Met Police says IP Bill needed to ‘help find you innocent’ [The Inquirer]

Did your MP vote for the controversial Snoopers’ Charter? [The Independent]

Lawyer ‘taunted and swore at a woman who slept with her barrister husband and left the victim too scare to leave home without a panic alarm’ [Mail Online]

Chilling moment “law student” killer remains emotionless as he is quizzed by police [Evening Standard]

Erdoğan’s draconian new law demolishes Turkey’s EU ambitions [The Guardian]

Stanford rape case: Petition throw out judge over ‘lenient’ Brock Turner sentence tops 500,000 signatures [The Independent]

Solicitor head-butted youth coach during U-16s rugby match [Gloucester Citizen]

Man sentenced after night in court dressed as a barrister [Australasian Lawyer]

Applications for training contracts at Norton Rose Fulbright have opened [Legal Cheek Hub]

“‘Pope humbled by magic circle offers.’ That has to be the best standfirst of the year by far.” [Legal Cheek comments]