Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 1 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Law firms benefit from China’s liberalisation [Financial Times]

Revenge porn: Lib Dems table law change to offer victims anonymity [The Guardian]

Law firm debts up 36 per cent in last year alone [Global Legal Post]

Judge at EU’s top court backs workplace ban on headscarf [Financial Times]

McCanns launch legal bid to silence detective who claimed they covered up Maddie [Express]

Top lawyer James Wolffe named as new Lord Advocate following Nicola Sturgeon’s recommendation [Daily Record]

Top judge held hostage over child custody case [Belfast Telegraph]

Barrister who headbutted creche manager appeals conviction [Irish Times]

Kraftwerk loses German hip-hop copyright case in top court [BBC News]

Osborne Clarke is currently accepting applications for its training contract scheme [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Its what you make from it! If you accept the photocopying and filing then that’s down to you. Take the initiative and push yourself, be good at the basics then make sure you shadow drafting, get involved with client contacts and meetings.” [Legal Cheek comments]