Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 4 August

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Iraq War legal action funding reaches £150,000 target [BBC News]

Judge quizzed by cops over bizarre feud with bar owner who banned his dog from pub [The Sun]

Married solicitor, 47, has to pay young female lawyer £20,000 after asking her to wed him in her job interview [Mail Online]

Policeman ‘played down solicitor affair’, misconduct hearing told [Nottingham Post]

New law? [Twitter]

FIFA bribery trial could start in September or October 2017 [Reuters]

Couple win £25,000 in landmark legal victory over council which refused to let them cut down the oak tree which ruined their conservatory [Mail Online]

Woman who lost her leg in holiday crash must go through Greek law to get compensation [ITV News]

Donald Trump hired me as an attorney. Please don’t support him for President [Huffington Post]

Pokemon Go makers face trespassing lawsuit [BBC News]

Insight work experience at Clyde & Co [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I got a mini by chatting to some guy on a train. It works. You have to go out there and get what you want. BUT you also have to have the grades and all the other CV boxes ticked.” [Legal Cheek comments]