Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 13 December

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

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Brexit will undermine London’s legal standing, barristers warn [The Guardian]

European citizens living in UK should remain under jurisdiction of EU law after Brexit, radical new plan proposes [The Telegraph]

Charities in supreme court test case over woman’s inheritance [The Guardian]

A&O and Skadden among raft of firms advising as 21st Century Fox approaches Sky for takeover [Legal Week]

Solicitor linked to Trump vandalism keeps job, not charged [Philly.com]

Crisis in morale blamed for resignation of 842 magistrates since April [The Guardian]

Bolton solicitor takes bodybuilding world by storm with win in Los Angeles [Bolton News]

Judge Rinder viewers rush to his defence after Big Brother’s Rebekah Shelton brands him ‘arrogant’ during dramatic showdown in courtroom [The Sun]

10 goof-proof holiday gifts for the law student in your life [National Law Journal]

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

“This is really starting to do my head in. I understand people are not happy that the majority voted to leave, but seriously, how many more legal challenges are there going to be before they give up or Brexit does not happen…” [Legal Cheek comments]