Morning round-up: Thursday 11 May

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

One judge struck off and three others reprimanded after separate investigations by judicial watchdog [Mail Online]

Former EDL leader Tommy Robinson arrested ‘for breaking court rules’ [Metro]

Britain’s Brexit bid is illegal, claims French lawyer [Blasting News]

Probe into judge continues after lost luggage comments in 2015 [Aol]

‘Cementing KWM’: Australian chief exec Kench elected as new global managing partner [Legal Business]

Council slammed for paying barrister to write 170-page dossier to fight gran’s £226 claim for broken car windscreen [The Sun]

Donald Trump hires lawyers to help defend him over Russia allegations [Independent]

United faces legal action over death and cremation of giant rabbit [Global Legal Post]

Does law school make people into jerks? [Above The Law]

Part-time freelance legal writers required to work with Peloton Communications Group [Legal Cheek Hub]

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