Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 28 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Brexit: Legal battle over UK’s single market membership [BBC News]

Chance of an “orderly” Brexit within two years is less than 50% — peer [The Guardian]

Britain “faces US legal claims” after America passes terror sponsors law [The Telegraph]

FA appoint legal counsel as abuse claims grow [Football365]

“A recipe for scandal”: Trump conflicts of interest point to constitutional crisis [The Guardian]

Now Trump gets the Supreme Court — and the damage may be irreversible [Salon]

Is international justice doomed? [The Week]

Legal tech start-ups — shaking up the legal market? [Future of Law Blog]

Judge Rinder defends Strictly co-star Ed Balls and insists he’s still in the competition on merit [The Mirror]

California bar association considers ban on attorneys having sex with clients; some lawyers object [LA Times]

Bar Professional Training Course Open Evening [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Steven Spielberg just bought the rights, it’s called “U Mad?: A Story of Love, Life and Law’.” [Legal Cheek Comments]