Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 7 September

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


The feminists who are turning British justice against men, says barrister [Mail Online]

Judge challenges Islamist extremists who live on benefits while claiming to ‘despise’ the West, as he sentences Anjem Choudary [The Telegraph]

Keith Vaz’s diabetes charity Silver Star retains Carter Ruck [Guido Fawkes blog]

Secret aid worker: some human rights lawyers are in it for vanity, not victims [The Guardian]

‘A couple of Sambuca shorts’ [Twitter]

Solicitor and his wife ‘ripped off’ retired vicar to fund high-spending lifestyle, court hears [The Telegraph]

15-year extended sentence for man who carried out ‘sadistic attack’ [UK Criminal Law Blog]

Barristers must switch off from hi-tech world to relax, says Bar Council head [Mail Online]

Why has Keith Vaz’s lawyer been talking about ‘scuttlebutt’? [Metro]

Brexit and the future: how global law firms deal with political uncertainty – with Norton Rose Fulbright [Legal Cheek Hub]

“First Choudary, then Vaz and now Blacker — 3 downfalls of solicitors in the space of 2 hours..” [Legal Cheek comments]