Morning round-up: Monday 6 February

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Judges reject Donald Trump’s appeal to reinstate his travel ban [Sky News]

Donald Trump rages against the judge who halted his travel ban [The Economist]

And keeps raging some more… [Twitter]

Lawyer accused of subjecting boys to sadomasochistic beatings at Christian summer camps is urged by his priest to fly back to the UK and face justice [Mail Online]

Class of ’91: Obama and Gorsuch rubbed shoulders at Harvard Law School, but their paths split [The Guardian]

Volkswagen faces new front on emissions legal action [BBC News]

Proposed new law plans to let rapists sue their victims if they try to have an abortion [The Sun]

Britain’s most senior immigration judge criticises taxpayer-funded lawyers helping child sex abusers to avoid deportation and stay in the country [Mail Online]

Joshua Rozenberg: Why Marine A Alexander Blackman’s appeal will be heard by a “strong” court but not seen on television [Facebook]

Brexit, the Supremes and parliament [Law Society Gazette]

Training contract at Bond Dickinson [Legal Cheek Hub]

“This is history repeating itself. There was a similar AI hype storm 30 years ago about the law being reduced to AI knowledge based systems encoding the entire British Nationality Act.” [Legal Cheek Comments]