Morning round-up: Thursday 9 February

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Solicitor who stalked barrister hubby’s ex-lover fined £1,000 by regulator [Legal Cheek]

Supreme Court gives woman right to late partner’s pension in landmark legal win for unmarried couples’ rights [The Independent]

Court of Appeal judges told to stop writing uneccesarily long judgments [The Telegraph]

The travel ban hearing: an important legal battle in a larger constitutional war [The Guardian]

Who are the three judges who will decide on Donald Trump’s travel ban? [The Telegraph]

Supreme Court nominee ‘disheartened’ by Trump attack on judiciary [Financial Times]

Solicitor struck off for pornography conviction but continues to run unregulated firm [Legal Futures]

Beyonce facing legal action from family of late YouTuber Messy Mya [BBC News]

You need to prepare yourself for law graduate gazumping [Real Business]

Training contract at specialist London real estate law firm — immediate start [Legal Cheek Hub]

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