Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 7 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Judge suing Ministry of Justice says he has been denied a fair hearing [The Guardian]

Legal move to force NHS to provide aids drug [Sky News]

Eva Carneiro ‘rejected’ £1.2m settlement with Chelsea, says club [Financial Times]

Aspiring lawyers: your most common questions answered [The Guardian]

‘Oldest defendant’ in British legal history, 101, denies child sex offences [The Telegraph]

Man wearing nothing but Speedos arrested whilst sunbathing during heatwave in Brick Lane [Evening Standard]

16 pictures that prove Amal Clooney is a complete boss [Business Insider UK]

US supreme court rejects Google appeal over legal action [Belfast Telegraph]

Satire by two Harvard-educated attorneys paints bleak but funny picture of a ‘fictional’ law school where students face $200,000 in debt and no job prospects [Mail Online]

Steely lawyer poised to be Rome’s first woman mayor [Daily Star]

Apply now: Commercial Awareness Question Time: EU referendum special — with Shearman & Sterling [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Whilst this practice is extremely unfair I can’t see it ending any time soon. Anyone who is lucky enough to have contacts in the profession is quite rightly bound to press their advantage…” [Legal Cheek comments]