Morning round-up: Thursday 6 April

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Term-time holiday dad awaits Supreme Court ruling [BBC News]

Is the world’s highest court fit for purpose? [The Guardian]

Nicola Sturgeon challenged after hint she could launch legal fight over indyref2 [The Telegraph]

Watchdog drafts in Reed Smith firm to handle PwC leak probe [Sky News]

Thousands of UK companies to report gender pay gap under new law [Mail Online]

Deutsche Bank’s proposed junior lawyer ‘pay block’ could become a trend, warn in-house lawyers [Global Legal Post]

Enough with the legal coups against Brexit [Spiked]

‘European clubs will have an advantage!’ Sports lawyer warns of Brexit implications [Express]

Briton spared extradition to Turkey after court hears of prison torture [The Guardian]

UK charities fined for data law breaches [BBC News]

Lawyer a no-show in Justin Bieber impersonation hearing [Brisbane Times]

Future trainee sought to join international law firm as a paralegal on a 12 month FTC [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I am surprised at the EU content on GDL and BPTC in this academic year. I did the BPTC at city 2015/16, and the course content cut away all EU content when Brexit issue was still pre-referendum. It does not make sense in the change of EU content when Art. 50 is triggered.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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