Morning round-up: Wednesday 15 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Theresa May is preparing to trigger Article 50 without knowing whether it’s ‘revocable’ [Business Insider UK]

Gina Miller will take Govt back to court if it doesn’t keep Brexit promise [Sky News]

Judge rules boy must be taught in Islamic school despite complaints from ‘Anglo-Saxon’ father [The Telegraph]

Retiring judge Lindsey Kushner QC was slammed by campaign groups over her advice for young women… but surely an unPC rape warning is better than an attack? [The Sun]

Drug addict admits killing solicitor Alison Farr-Davies [BBC News]

Five lawyer roles at risk as Dentons launches Watford office consultation [Legal Business]

New tool launched to drive legal innovation and efficiency [Global Legal Post]

I’m nervous, says Angelina Jolie before first lecture as LSE visiting professor [Evening Standard]

Hey law students: Want a job? Well, you better learn to code [Mashable]

Germany drafts law to fine social networks over fake news [Financial Times]

Trump had to pay millions due to tax law he aims to abolish, leaked return shows [The Guardian]

Trump’s lawyer calls out Snoop Dogg’s ‘disgraceful’ music video in which a Trump-like clown is assassinated as the Secret Service says it is ‘aware’ of the footage [Mail Online]

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“I know some of this is tongue in cheek, but No. 2. (‘You may lose friends, even relationships, along the way’) strikes me as a bit sad that people will apparently accept this with a shrug.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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