Morning round-up: Thursday 15 December

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Former army officer to launch legal action over MoD ‘witch-hunt’ [The Guardian]

‘We don’t know’ if EU exit can be aborted, says Davis [Financial Times]

Legal aid cuts are a major human rights issue [Open Democracy]

Sharia courts have no place in UK family law. Listen to women who know [The Guardian]

Law Society backs ‘super-exam’ — but warns of cost [Law Gazette]

Lawyer wants Google to unmask reviewer who only wrote “It was horrible” [Ars Technica UK]

Law student shot and killed by police officer was unarmed [ABA Journal]

Millennials: Large legal market lawyers are not reaching them [Above The Law]

Spring vacation scheme at Hogan Lovells [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I really feel sorry for the trainees and future trainees at this time. KWM wasnt even in a bad place when the graduates applied and begun their training so they did make a sound decision…” [Legal Cheek comments]