Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 30 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Allow judiciary to work until 75, says Lord Neuberger [The Guardian]

Brexit: Government to set out plans to end dominance of EU law [Sky News]

Brexit will see 1,000 new laws passed into British law with no parliamentary scrutiny [Independent]

The lawyers, politicians and academics who still think Brexit can be stopped [i News]

Domestic abuse should be punished more severely than non-domestic, judges told [The Guardian]

Mark Duggan’s family lose bid to overturn lawful killing verdict [Evening Standard]

Amal Clooney’s work, explained by international human rights lawyers [Vanity Fair]

Judge clears man of sexual assault on grounds he ‘did not enjoy’ attacking schoolgirl [The Independent]

Real Madrid consider legal action against Barcelona’s Gerard Pique after comments criticising president Florentino Perez [The Sun]

The deadline for ICLR Pupillage Award 2017 is Friday [Legal Cheek Hub]

I can’t see her [Theresa May] being that great for Tottenham. She runs around like a headless chicken, isn’t a team player and scores frequent own goals. [Legal Cheek comments]

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