Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 31 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Britain targets legal certainty with plan to convert EU law after Brexit [Reuters]

EU laws will still affect British court decisions after Brexit, David Davis admits [Independent]

Gina Miller wants to halt EU law from being scrapped in Great Repeal Bill as she threatens to take Government to court again over Henry VIII powers [The Sun]

Man terminally ill with motor neurone disease loses court bid to change law on assisted dying [The Telegraph]

High Court judge’s knighthood medal ‘stolen in burglary at £5m Primrose Hill home’ [Evening Standard]

Almost a quarter of lawyers have fallen victim to a cyber attack or fraud in the last year [City A.M.]

Linklaters signs up with Obelisk to access flexible lawyer pool [Global Legal Post]

Deliveroo faces legal action over bicycle riders’ safety amid claims they ‘are given a speed test while running red lights to prove they are fast enough to deliver meals’ [Mail Online]

Trump travel ban: administration appeals judge’s refusal to reinstate order [The Guardian]

Court to rule on online luxury resellers [BBC News]

Student who wrote lesbians were ‘perverse’ in essay loses legal challenge against university [Pink News]

Future trainee sought to join international law firm as a paralegal on a 12 month FTC [Legal Cheek Hub]

“The anxiety comes from spending the weekend teaching myself rights of third parties which was not covered on my undergrad course, only to find that time has been wasted and the other areas are likely to be more complex as a result” [Legal Cheek comments]

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