Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 24 October

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Female Labour MPs call for legal change following Ched Evans retrial [The Guardian]

How a Tory barrister who prosecuted the Nazis made the human rights laws the government wants to scrap [BuzzFeed]

Brexit uncertainty likely to weigh on top UK law firms’ profits [Financial Times]

Rise in legal battles over transgender children’s rights [The Telegraph]

What could happen if the article 50 legal challenge is successful? [The Guardian]

Iraqi Parliament passes law banning alcohol [The Hindu]

Solicitor banned for overcharging dead clients up to 871% [Law Society Gazette]

The Treasury Devil [Sir Henry Brooke’s Blog]

Artificial Intelligence trends and their impact on the legal sector [Future of Law Blog]

Top lawyer quit job to launch healthy pet food range after dog fell ill from dodgy diet [The Mirror]

Apply now for winter vac schemes [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Name will be CMS Hunton” [Legal Cheek Comments]



O I was gonna cease visiting this site, but LC have now revisited the Ched Evans palava at least 3 times now. Let me regurgitate the secret barrister, who comprehensively opined herein, some ten days or more ago

1. No rape was reported. A missing hand bag was reported. So this case will discourage women from reporting missing hand bags?

2. No legal precedent was set by the Evans’ case.

3. Unusual and even usual sexual behaviour has been admitted routinely in the past 16 years. The statement that it has only been used once is false. I myself have had prostitution routinely admitted and the routine use of rent boys .

4. Kindly study the law of evidence, in fact just become a lawyer



Rape Crisis has allegedly offered Miss X £20,000 in compensation for her trials and tribulations.


Lord Lyle of Hatingdon

Let’s go champ!



What about this:



Bah – URL got removed. CourtNewsUK has something about the person who’s been doing graffiti on the RCJ


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