Morning round-up: Tuesday 6 December

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Judge allows Oxford graduate turned aspiring commercial lawyer’s £1m high court battle to proceed [The Guardian]

‘PASS:’ The UK government’s lawyers struggled to answer Supreme Court questions on Brexit [Business Insider]

Gina Miller arrives at the Supreme Court for her Brexit showdown flanked by bodyguards after threats prompt her to spend £60,000 on security [Mail Online]

‘Prevent’ counter-extremism strategy faces legal challenge [BBC News]

The best apps for law students [The Guardian]

Brexit legal challenge: Only a few of Nigel Farage’s ‘100,000-strong people’s army’ march on Supreme Court [The Independent]

Titanic Hotel in legal battle over name [Echo]

Legal affairs journalist and 36 Bedford Row door tenant Gary Slapper has sadly passed away [Twitter]

Career of Trump’s top ethics lawyer marred by questionable ethics [Common Dreams]

LPC Law seeks BPTC & LPC graduates to work as County Court Advocates. Immediate Start! [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Ironic; Oxford grad being represented by a Newcastle grad who did much better than him.” [Legal Cheek comments]