Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 17 August

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Dover ‘siege’: Armed police ‘negotiating with gunman’ say incident at Kent law firm is over [Mirror]

How to tell a shining knight of a lawyer from an ambulance chaser [The Guardian]

Soldiers shouldn’t have to fight greedy lawyers as well as enemies of the state [The Telegraph]

Was Shaunae Miller’s ‘diving finish’ to win 400m gold at the Rio Olympics legal? [Metro]

Britain First’s angry response to Bedfordshire Police High Court ruling that could ‘finish them’ [Huffington Post]

Italian vegans outraged over law that could jail parents for imposing diet on children [International Business Times]

‘Disciple of Jesus Christ’ is not an occupation, Irish High Court rules [The Independent]

‘You’re a disgrace to the legal profession!’ Eamonn Holmes blasts dog pre-nup lawyer [Express]

Specsavers’ application to trademark the word ‘should’ve’ has been approved [The Drum]

Richard Susskind: A note from China [LinkedIn]

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

“Buy a good casebook for each module (if possible, some you will have to combine multiple case books or even read an actual case)…” [Legal Cheek comments]