Morning round-up: Wednesday 7 December

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


White men only? Brexit case and legal diversity [BBC News]

Brexit legal challenge: Government dropped amendment to make EU referendum result legally binding, Supreme Court told [The Independent]

Supreme court justices tamed in face of a Pannick attack [The Guardian]

Pannick on the streets… [Twitter]

Another blow for KWM as Addleshaws hires former European head Boss along with two other partners [Legal Business]

Gay blood legal battle now ‘academic’ [BBC News]

UN fears Chinese human rights lawyer has been ‘disappeared’ by authorities [The Guardian]

Zlatan Ibrahimovic set for court date in Sweden as he pursues legal action over doping claims [Mirror]

Argentinian judge rules widow can have lesbian wedding with her own step-daughter because they have ‘the right to be happy’ [Mail Online]

Judge Rinder: ‘Someone I loved passed away before my last Strictly dance’ [The Telegraph]

First year workshops at Herbert Smith Freehills [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Litigants in person are a pain, imagine what they would be like if they had someone who they believe to be qualified and knowledgeable in the law encouraging them on.” [Legal Cheek comments]