Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 22 August

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

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Liz Truss abandons Gove’s plan for problem-solving courts [The Observer]

Brexit: Article 50 must be triggered within months to avoid “neverendum”, Iain Duncan Smith warns [The Independent]

Judge Lower was right not to lift the Sexual Risk Order on John O’Neill [Barrister Blogger]

Care case judge fury at solicitor after pensioner patient left unable to see beloved pet [The Telegraph]

Jury service: what are your chances of being called up again and again? [The Guardian]

Concerns raised over hospital’s treatment of Doughty Street barrister who was hit by train [Camden New Journal]

Shocking injustices: the conviction of David Bryant [Halsbury’s Law Exchange]

Elton John’s “bulldog” lawyer set to fight sexual harassment case brought by former bodyguard [The Mirror]

Ohio lawyer sues judge who sentenced her to jail time for refusing to remove a Black Lives Matter button in court [Mail Online]

Littleton Chambers is seeking a legal administration & marketing assistant — law grads preferred [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Unless you plan on attending Oxbridge or LSE, there isn’t much point of your law degree.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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Not Amused

The media needs to be more responsible.

The Justice Secretary has just had to go on radio 4 in order to say that problem solving courts have not been shelved.

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