Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 10 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

European Court rules Theresa May’s policy of stripping terror suspects of British citizenship is lawful [Independent]

Amal Clooney urges UN to back Islamic State probe [BBC News]

Widow and stepsons in £250,000 court battle face £200,000 legal bill [Evening Standard]

Law lecturer allegedly posed as Justin Bieber to exploit children online [Daily Record]

Canada judge resigns over ‘keep your knees together’ comment in rape trial [The Guardian]

China lawyers play down suspicions over Trump trademarks [Financial Times]

Storm brews at the Met Office as more than 70 women take legal action against the forecaster ‘over sexual discrimination and unfair pay’ [Mail Online]

Washington state to challenge Trump travel ban as legal opposition mounts [The Guardian]

Legal Practice Course open evening at City University of London [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Oxford being better than Cambridge in Law is uncontroversial, I think. Cambridge is better at physical sciences etc. but Oxford has long been the pre-eminent law school in the UK.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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