Morning round-up: Friday 10 February

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


George and Amal Clooney are expecting twins, Matt Damon confirms [Sky News]

Remember when legal aid was slashed? The awful effects are taking hold [The Guardian]

Trump loses appeal court bid to reinstate travel ban [BBC News]

What happens next for Trump’s travel ban? Supreme Court nominee could play decisive role in legal battle [The Telegraph]

Legal tips for Trump [Twitter]

Criminals to plead guilty online as justice system goes digital [The Independent]

High Court challenge to UK’s child refugee efforts [BBC News]

‘I’m a lawyer too you stupid woman!’ Astonishing video captures two legal workers in furious row over an arm rest on a flight to Spain [Mail Online]

Boyfriend of student found dead in Aberdeen flat appears in court charged with assault [Daily Record]

Madeleine McCann’s parents have not been ruled innocent, judge says [The Telegraph]

Former barrister accused of telling teenager boy to self harm to rid himself of gay ‘sin’ [Pink News]

Undergraduate open days at Reed Smith [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I did the BVC, as it then was, in 2007/8. Doesn’t sound like much has changed I was very disappointed with the return I got from my £12K. I think the proposals would be a big step forward.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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