Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 8 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Amal Clooney says extra publicity she’s gained from marriage to George can be ‘a really good thing’ for her legal work [Mail Online]

Law in Action: Joshua Rozenberg interviews the Lord Chancellor and Minister for Justice, Elizabeth Truss [BBC Radio 4]

Lawyer who started her career with work experience aged 15 becomes UK’s youngest ever female judge at just 31 [The Telegraph]

Half-ton window frames that crushed lawyer to death when the wind blew them over were ‘obviously’ dangerous – but everyone assumed someone else was dealing with it, court is told [Mail Online]

Torture victims in high court challenge to Home Office over detentions [The Guardian]

Crown Prosecution Service to review decision not to prosecute prolific anti-Semite [Independent]

Hawaii first to challenge Donald Trump’s second ‘Muslim travel ban’ in court hours after order is signed [The Sun]

Woman in court after throwing kebab ‘in self defence’ [The Metro]

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

“Don’t be such a kill joy. He would have no reason to later regret this, it’s just light hearted fun. The profession suffers a great deal more from stuffy old opinions about ‘youngsters’ than it does from a video camera.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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