Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 13 July

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Human rights lawyer who made millions hauling war heroes through compensation may be forced to attend inquiry [The Sun]

Theresa May forced to defend views on Sharia Law as she prepares to enter No 10 [Express]

Student launches legal action against IPCC over CS spray incident [The Guardian]

Marco Pierre White Jr is slammed by lawyers as a court case against his mother collapses because he’s too hungover to attend [Mail Online]

Conspiracy theory [Twitter]

Stories of Injustice (12): LASPO and the cuts [Sir Henry Brooke blog]

Adam Johnson loses his appeal against child sex offence conviction, legal team confirms [The Telegraph]

Angry bloke ‘threatens High Court judge with machete’ after losing break-up battle [Daily Star]

Bristol solicitor who head butted friend on rugby pitch escapes jail sentence [Bristol Post]

Pokemon Go: Gamers warned to pay attention to the law when searching for ‘Pokestops’ [Independent]

Applications are currently being accepted for training contract positions at Clyde & Co [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Good work she’s done and very important too but how does it warrant an honorary doctorate in law?” [Legal Cheek comments]