Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 22 September

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Iraq War soldier to take MoD to court [Mail Online]

Gerry Adams considers legal action over claims he sanctioned killing [The Guardian]

Government ‘committed’ to Alan Turing gay pardon law [BBC News]

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s divorce could cost them millions in lawyers fees and more [Mirror]

War crimes lawyer holds meditation classes to combat stress in the workplace [Evening Standard]

Can my employer fire me for having a tattoo? The law on body art in the workplace [The Sun]

Spare us from these bleeding heart luvvies like the Clooneys who lecture us on migrants while jetting off from mansion to mansion [Mail Online]

High Court calls for change in bereavement law to benefit cohabitees [UK Human Rights Blog]

Former Man City striker launches legal action after bizarre erection claims [Manchester Evening News]

Brooks Newmark has instructed Carter-Ruck to remove all his sext pictures from the internet [Guido Fawkes blog]

Free event: How to become a projects lawyer — with Burges Salmon [Legal Cheek hub]

“GDL is generally better, as long as you haven’t studied ‘languages’ at the University of Southampton. A degree in let’s say economics or business from a target uni is better than an LLB for most recruiters in top firms.” [Legal Cheek comments]