Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 6 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Peers will not sabotage Brexit, Lord Speaker tells Theresa May ahead of Supreme Court ruling [The Telegraph]

Forensic science cuts pose risk to justice, regulator warns [The Guardian]

Stalkers facing longer jail terms for torment caused to victims [BBC News]

Swedish prosecutors have received transcripts of Julian Assange’s interview over alleged sex offences [BuzzFeed]

Beyond science fiction: Artificial Intelligence and human rights [Open Democracy]

As a migrant I know Labour must have a coherent and compassionate policy on immigration if it is to win again [LabourList]

My first day in court [Marilyn Stowe Blog]

Judge booted from bench after allegedly offering plea deals for sex [Fox News]

Helping overworked law students [Instagram]

Applications for pupillage at Radcliffe Chambers close today [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Of course, his actions weren’t advisable; yet no mention of the firm piling on too much work… 170 files.” [Legal Cheek Comments]