Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 27 February

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Thousands spent on judges’ security amid growing hostility [The Guardian]

Theresa May fears Scottish government could call a second independence referendum to coincide with her triggering the formal Brexit process [Mail Online]

Political attitudes leading to ‘erosion’ of human rights [BBC News]

US Supreme Court considers law banning sex offenders from Facebook [The Independent]

Plan to revive Sinclair ZX Spectrum hit by legal turmoil [The Telegraph]

Could Roe v Wade be overturned and abortion outlawed in the US? [The Guardian]

The legal profession for millennials [Future of Law Blog]

Case Preview: Jack Monroe v Katie Hopkins, Twitter libel trial about meaning and serious harm [Inforrm]

More dire results for Slater & Gordon as it admits survival depends on lenders [Legal Futures]

Sir Nicholas Wall, family court judge — obituary [The Telegraph]

How to become a serious injury lawyer — live in Manchester [Legal Cheek Hub]

“This discussion is a good example of everything that’s wrong with some candidates entering the profession.” [Legal Cheek Comments]