Morning round-up: Tuesday 9 May

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

SRA refuses to investigate high-flying solicitor accused of posing as Bollywood star to con women into sex [Mail Online]

Iraq torture case lawyer Martyn Day ‘did not breach code of conduct’ [BBC News]

Burglar locked up for pinching laptops from Oxford chambers [The Oxford Times]

Is ‘stealthing’ rape? Top lawyer claims secretly taking a condom off during sex could be a crime [The Sun]

ULaw profits dip as highest-paid director banks nearly £800k [Law Gazette]

Tiffany Trump goes to Washington: First Daughter will attend law school at Georgetown, joining her dad Donald and big sister Ivanka in the nation’s capital [Mail Online]

China puts leading human rights lawyer on trial for ‘inciting subversion’ [The Guardian]

Three-month paid internship at Legal Cheek [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Nice to see lecturers finally moving away from using questions involving Monica, Chandler and Joey.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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