Morning round-up: Thursday 14 July

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Theresa May’s Cabinet reshuffle latest: Still no news on Gove and Justice Secretary role [Mirror]

Trolling legislation needs to be simplified, says Law Commission [The Guardian]

Lingerie firm wins Supreme Court fight over tax on bras for breast cancer patients [The Telegraph]

Council drops 18 legal cases against parents who took their children on holiday in school time, as authorities demand an end to ‘confusing rules’ [Mail Online]

Supreme Court: Legal charity prevails against Grayling’s ultra vires civil legal aid test [Scottish Legal News]

Prison guard bungle allows jailed thief to stroll out of court before making off [The Telegraph]

Watch out, Theresa May! Max Schrems is coming for your planned spy law [Ars]

US law student who posts bikini pictures online ‘called a whore and told she’ll never get a job’ [Mirror]

‘Direct discrimination’: EU court advocate backs Muslim woman fired for wearing headscarf [RT]

Pokemon Go spurs lawyers to stop and consider legal issues [ABA Journal]

Which Legally Blonde law student are you? [Entertainment Weekly]

Training contract applications are currently being accepted at City outfit Ashurst [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I received a 2:2 in my first year and am about to start training at an international firm, so it is possible. However I stepped it up big time after that” [Legal Cheek comments]