Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 8 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Ex-Lord Chancellor Michael Gove wades into Brexit judge abuse row [Legal Cheek]

Lord Judge warns over Article 50 appeal [BBC News]

Law to finally trigger Brexit already being written by Theresa May’s ministers [RT]

Attorney general defends judges criticised over Brexit ruling [The Guardian]

As a lawyer, I think Brexit High Court ruling is wrong [i News]

Specialist firms drive increase in negligence claims against solicitors [Global Legal Post]

Lawyers must not ‘prop up’ ailing legal aid system [Solicitors Journal]

Judges could need democratic controls, says UKIP contender [BBC News]

1297 And All That: how to impress a Brexit judge [Al’s Law]

Horrified law student is added to x-rated Facebook chat about what male classmates would like to do to her [Mirror]

Making A Murderer lawyer says he could have saved Lindy Chamberlain from a wrongful conviction – after baby Azaria was eaten by a dingo [Mail Online]

Final-year undergraduate and graduate workshops at Freshfields [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Surely this is evidence that the Lord Chancellor should be a lawyer? It’s difficult to think that anyone who had practised law would not condemn the attacks on the judges.” [Legal Cheek comments]