Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 25 July

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Deliveroo workers’ contracts ban access to employment tribunals [The Guardian]

“Deplorable and complacent”: QC who oversaw deal to sell BHS could be stripped of right to be a company director over his performance [Mail Online]

Calls for EU-wide gun law as Munich killer “buys Glock 9mm on dark web” [The Telegraph]

Lawyers “get £2.5million of Jimmy Savile’s estate leaving just £1million for the paedophile DJ’s victims” [Mail Online]

My career story: “I’m a lawyer turned novelist” [The Lawyer]

Brexit: Article 50 will be triggered before next general election, Tory chairman says [The Independent]

Eurosceptics blast emergency brake immigration plan as woefully inadequate [The Sun]

Erasmus university international exchange scheme may ban British students after Brexit [The Independent]

How to manage your law firm post-Brexit [Business of Law Blog]

Brexit Blues [London Review of Books]

“1st class degree? Spend 7/8 hours a day for say, 4 days a week for 12/13 weeks before exams in each of the three years. You will probably get one.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Applications for training contracts at Ashurst close at the end of the week [Legal Cheek Hub]