Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 1 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Child sex abuse inquiry lawyer resigns over concerns [BBC News]

Matthew Scott: why all Conservatives should want Parliament to have the final say on Article 50 [The Telegraph]

Hounded soldiers demand apology: 200 set to take the MoD to court next month unless they say sorry for their treatment [Mail Online]

Slaughter and May offers free legal services to London fintech startups [Finextra]

Bradford Chambers lawyer accused of fraud tells court he was ‘hounded’ by Legal Aid Agency [Telegraph & Argus]

Tesco faces £100m claim from investors over accounting scandal [The Guardian]

Legal challenge launched over Mosley’s Press watchdog and its independence from the tycoon [Mail Online]

Embezzling lawyer repays Edinburgh law firm by selling house [BBC News]

Bow Street Magistrates Court sells for luxury hotel conversion [Evening Standard]

These are the 13 best universities in Europe to study law [Business Insider UK]

Four wanted in Germany for failing to save man under ‘Good Samaritan’ law [The Telegraph]

Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson sued over alleged ‘Uptown Funk’ rip [Huffington Post]

Did this law student’s Lil’ Kim costume go too far? [Bet]

Winter vacation scheme at Herbert Smith Freehills [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Substantial injustice should not have been, with respect to Adam Wagner, a surprise conclusion. It is the test that the CA has adopted when dealing with ‘change of law’ appeals in the criminal jurisdiction for many years.” [Legal Cheek comments]