Morning round-up: Friday 9 December

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Exclusive: Solicitor suing Oxford Uni over 2:1 trained at Clifford Chance [Legal Cheek]

Iraq human rights lawyer Phil Shiner faces being struck off after admitting recklessness over Army abuse claims [The Telegraph]

Joshua Rozenberg: The main arguments from the Supreme Court [Sky News]

Brexit Supreme Court battle drags into 2017 as judges promise decision ‘as quickly as possible’ [Mirror]

Chris Hanretty: Oral argument in the Article 50 litigation []

Julian Assange ‘will face rape prosecution’ [Express]

Legal action filed against Fifa over treatment of Qatar migrant workers [The Guardian]

Volkswagen emissions: UK and six other nations face legal action [BBC News]

Is Tiffany Trump off to Harvard? The Donald’s youngest daughter is spotted touring the Ivy League school after revealing she hopes to become a lawyer [Mail Online]

Southern drivers’ strike to go ahead after court ruling [BBC News]

Summer vacation schemes at Norton Rose Fulbright [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Why are his entire shirt cuffs flopping about? I thought a Supreme Court justice would be able to afford a decent tailor” [Legal Cheek comments]