Morning round-up: Monday 3 October

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Theresa May to trigger Article 50 by end of March [BBC News]

Don’t be fooled: May’s big EU law announcement is just admin []

Brexit skepticism [Twitter]

Clove Coleman: How can UK untangle decades of EU law [BBC News]

Watch Chris Grayling fail to give one EU law he would abandon in Great Repeal Bill [The Express]

Legal firms pursuing troops is outrageous, says Liz Truss [The Telegraph]

Angelina Jolie “hires two more powerhouse lawyers to her hot-shot team in case her divorce case with Brad Pitt gets ugly” [Mail Online]

Iain Farrimond, senior crown prosecutor jailed for attempted murder: Is 6 years long enough? [UK Criminal Law Blog]

Law ahead of other sectors in AI adoption and ambition [Legal Futures]

10 steps to help safeguard access to justice [Halsbury’s Law Exchange]

Event: FinTech, AI and online justice — what technology means for the next generation of lawyers [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I suggested that in jest the other week, glad LC have a sense of humour!” [Legal Cheek Comments]