Morning round-up: Thursday 25 May

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Teachers win Supreme Court case in landmark ruling over ‘unfair’ pay deductions [Independent]

Sir Philip Green’s chairman Lord Grabiner QC to quit a year after BHS collapse [Evening Standard]

The miserable state of criminal justice [Henry Brooke’s Blog]

The Trial: A Murder in the Family, episode four — Never trust a man in a funny wig [The Telegraph]

Artificial intelligence company Ravn acquired by iManage [Global Legal Post]

Bar’s first ABS combines barristers and football agents [Law Gazette]

Angry judge locks up criminal for calling him ‘mate’ in court [The Telegraph]

Pippa Middleton takes legal action after menus from her star-studded wedding were put on eBay for £500 [The Sun]

“Respectable” law firm in strange shares deal has only two Twitter followers — and one appears to be into online porn [Mirror]

Apply to attend: The Legal Cheek and Shearman & Sterling General Election debate [Legal Cheek Hub]

“You forgot the tiny little printer in the room next door on the way to the toilets which staff were desperately filling with paper as they said we’d be starting in a few minutes endlessly for an hour.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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