Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 8 August

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


High Court ruling due on whether new Labour members can vote in leadership contest [The Telegraph]

Child abuse inquiry judge Dame Lowell Goddard did not resign — she was ‘sacked’, legal sources reveal [Mail Online]

Theresa May was warned not to look overseas for child abuse judge [The Mirror]

Lord Janner’s family seek to remove him from child abuse inquiry [The Guardian]

Children aged five accused of sex offences [Sky News]

Thief sentenced over crown court roof hauls [BBC News]

Leeds teenager jailed for filming his brother in court [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Model who won £75million divorce settlement from her Saudi billionaire ex may have to sue her own 13-year-old daughter to get the cash after he died without paying up [Mail Online]

BBC to snoop on your WI-FI — and it’s legal [Bretibart News]

Lawyer: a week in NYC on a $240,000 salary [Refinery 29]

Lawyer suspended for sexting [Australasian Lawyer]

Mini-pupillage opportunities at Hardwicke [Legal Cheek Hub]

“…as I’ve argued multiple times on Legal Cheek, anyone who considers this a realistic possibility of blocking Brexit doesn’t understand the distinction between a politically binding vote and a legally binding vote.” [Legal Cheek comments]