Morning round-up: Tuesday 2 May

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

UK legal megamerger highlights drive for consolidation [Financial Times]

A British reboot of legal education — law school optional [Forbes]

The real and worrying significance of the Downing Street dinner leaks [Jack of Kent]

Celebrity lawyer files $100m lawsuit against Fyre festival organisers [The Guardian]

MPs call for end to “bogus” self-employment [BBC News]

Tech firm bosses “exploiting welfare state and staff to dodge legal obligations” [The Sun]

Brexit: UK may have to recognise ECJ court rulings to keep security cooperation [The Guardian]

UEFA announces human rights requirements for Euro 2024 bidders [FourFourTwo]

5 ways law firms can add value to their clients [Future of Law Blog]

“Not so much a revision tip, but a technique tip. Choose your questions carefully.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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