Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 4 April

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Lawyer seeks to create Brexit escape clause in Irish court [Bloomberg]

Driver hit with UK’s biggest ‘fine’ after court rules she must pay £24,500 for parking outside her own home [Mirror]

BAE Systems fights £360,000 payout to secretary, 53, sacked over a ‘single sexist comment’ at work by branding the punishment ‘an affront to justice’ [Mail Online]

Southampton student Ryan Cooper says ‘fatal punch was self defence’ [Daily Echo]

When are domestic violence victims not “vulnerable”? [Full Fact]

Quarter of London’s law firms hacked in 2016 [Global Legal Post]

KWM to scale back Middle East presence with Saudi pullout [Legal Week]

Trump Supreme Court pick Neil Gorsuch faces Senate showdown [BBC News]

Barrister accused of attempted sex act with teenage boy found not guilty [Bournemouth Echo]

Criminal Cases Review Commission Kalisher Paid Internship 2017 — open to class of 2016 and 2017 BPTC graduates [Legal Cheek Hub]

“How on earth can she appeal the Inn’s decision? I would like to appeal the decision of Chelsea not to pick me up front for their game on Saturday. I may not be very good, but they did say that they wanted to get players from the local community into the set up…” [Legal Cheek comments]

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