Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 9 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

British supreme court justice makes veiled attack on Donald Trump [The Guardian]

Gina Miller is right: it is women who will bear the cost of Brexit [Independent]

Gay man in fight for equal pension rights for husband ‘confident’ of Supreme Court win [The Telegraph]

Brexit vote provides an unexpected upside for law students [Financial Times]

PwC Legal expands presence into Hong Kong with ex-KWM partner [Asian Legal Business]

Lawyer, lawyer, pants on fire: Attorney’s trousers erupt in flames during arson case in Miami [The Telegraph]

Lawyer transferred £1.2m of clients’ money into his account to fund gambling addiction [Daily Echo]

Donald Trump’s Barack Obama wiretapping claims could get him impeached, says Harvard law professor [Independent]

LPC graduates wanted to become Trainee Private Client Lawyers — Immediate Start [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Miss Clarke is not under qualified, she worked bloody hard to get where she has. If the other applicants couldn’t cut the mustard then that is down to them.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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