The morning’s top legal affairs news stories
Supreme court case reopens debate over battlefield human rights [The Guardian]
Let the gruesome legal battle over Heathrow commence [The Spectator]
Solicitor left paralysed by cycling accident sues £79 mountain bike instructor for £4m [The Telegraph]
May’s student deportation programme in tatters as legal appeal falls apart [Politics.co.uk]
? ? ?
Man who snoozed in the public gallery during gruesome murder trial asks: 'Was he convicted?'
The killer was jailed for 20 years yesterday.
— CourtNewsUK (@CourtNewsUK) October 25, 2016
Gateley partners sell shares worth £6.4m with firm’s leaders earning more than £300,000 each [Legal Week]
‘Going in now, Dan’: Cliff Richard legal papers reveal texts between police and BBC during raid [Mirror]
Biglaw partner will represent those sued by Donald Trump for free [Above The Law]
Britney Spears is involved in a legal dispute over Bumble dating app [The Sun]
Justin Timberlake broke the law by taking a selfie while voting, and now he could be in trouble [Business Insider]
Free Event: FinTech, AI and online justice: what technology means for the next generation of lawyers [Legal Cheek Hub]
“The other 75% wont survive in private practice then.” [Legal Cheek comments]