Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 6 March

By on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Six reasons why protecting the rights of EU nationals in the UK after Brexit will not be that simple [BuzzFeed]

Gina Miller says she fought Article 50 in court because rhetoric around Brexit “could lead to world war” [The Independent]

Ukip’s Douglas Carswell mocks Remoaner Gina Miller for boosting support for Brexit in parliament by forcing MPs to vote on Article 50 [Mail Online]

Louis Tomlinson receives court date and makes statement after arrest over airport altercation [Huffington Post]

What happens when the robots get it wrong? [Future of Law Blog]

How the Justice Department could investigate Jeff Sessions [The New Yorker]

Mexico expands legal help for its citizens in the US [Al Jazeera]

China is now letting the people judge its judges [Quartz]

Former Dewey partner commits suicide, leaping from his New York apartment [Above the Law]

Apply now for the ICLR Pupillage Award 2017 [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Its [sic] good to see the greedy partners responding to the pressure from associates. They should know it is us, the associates and senior associates, who are the engine of their business. Without us to do the actual work, there would be no flashy office, no firm and no equity in it.” [Legal Cheek Comments]