Morning round-up: Tuesday 10 January

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Campaigners launch legal challenge to ‘snoopers’ charter’ [BBC News]

Government ‘determined’ to stop domestic abusers cross examining their victims in court [The Independent]

London lawyers’ salaries highlight massive pay gaps in the UK [The London Economic]

May urged to enact law to ensure 45% of MPs are women by 2030 [The Guardian]

Deliveroo’s couriers might be taking the company to court in a bid for more rights [Business Insider UK]

Senior military judge mishandled trial of jailed marine Alexander Blackman, official report finds [The Telegraph]

Hong Kong’s legal elite voice autonomy fears after China intervention [Reuters]

Freshfields offers voluntary redundancy to 180 London secretaries [Legal Week]

Pupillage at 2 Temple Gardens [Legal Cheek Hub]

“No idea about Doughty St, but first year tenants at 2TG & Hardwicke will almost certainly exceed their pupillage awards in year one” [Legal Cheek comments]

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