Morning round-up: Tuesday 21 February

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Ruling due on civil partnership challenge [BBC News]

Judge in undercover police inquiry has motor neurone disease [The Guardian]

Brexit law hits Lords with May watching quietly from steps [Bloomberg]

QC Max Hill appointed new terrorism laws watchdog [Mail Online]

Ian Brady: Moors murderer loses bid to launch fight for choice of tribunal lawyer [ITV News]

MP lambasts Trump after Leeds solicitor’s petition [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Legal innovation centre to be first of its kind in UK [Belfast Telegraph]

Court battle that means you could have pets in ‘no pet policy’ flats [Metro]

Grade I listed, eight-bedroom home where family sagas turn into real-life courtroom drama (be your own judge for £525,000) [Mail Online]

Event: The future of litigation — Apply to attend [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Or perhaps letting dim people study it means collectively there is a lower chance of firsts. Let’s be honest – you’re not going to get med students getting in at Universities easily if they don’t make the grade.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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