Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 5 December

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

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Joshua Rozenberg: Supreme Court judges won’t be swayed by the media — but don’t expect them all to agree [Legal Cheek]

Attorney General warns Supreme Court not to “stray into areas of political judgement” in Brexit case [The Telegraph]

How Britain’s legal system went global [The Spectator]

Supreme court judges on Brexit case are being vilified, says Gina Miller [The Guardian]

11 unaccountable individuals will consider a case that could thwart the will of the majority on Brexit [Mail Online]

The Daily Mail is seeking to subvert the rule of law [Nigel Pascoe QC’s Blog]

I fought the law: meet the super-litigants [The Observer]

Judge Rinder eliminated from Strictly [The Sun]

Legal decisions and AI—are judges really that predictable? [Future of Law Blog]

Local justice is being murdered by cuts and closures [The Guardian]

The latest jobs and work experience application deadlines [Legal Cheek Hub]

“What’s it like to be a cliched chosen private school educated white boy with a nice combed hair parting… [Legal Cheek Comments]