Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 26 September

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


EU: Attacks on civilians in Aleppo “breach” humanitarian law [The Telegraph]

British troops must face investigation for war crimes in Iraq, insists Corbyn [The Express]

The many hurdles of Brexit [Jack of Kent]

Brussels must fight and beat McDonald’s in the battle for tax justice [The Observer]

Labour delays justice review until summer 2017 [Law Society Gazette]

Jordanian writer Nahed Hattar killed outside court before trial [Sky News]

Brexit: Northern Irish legal challenge to referendum to involve Attorney General [The Independent]

What makes a ‘Smart Contract’ smart? [Future of Law Blog]

The law is an ass: Mooning banned at arse end of the world [The Register]

Stressed out? LawCare is here to help: call confidentially [LawCare]

Event: How to become a projects lawyer – with Burges Salmon. Apply to attend here [Legal Cheek Hub]

“A mate of mine got put for the duration of his vac scheme in a corner office with this obese flatulent partner who’d periodically nuke the room so bad his eyes would water.” [Legal Cheek Comments]