Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 30 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Sir Martin Moore-Bick’s contract law experience will be asset to Grenfell inquiry [The Guardian]

Grenfell Tower fire: Judge ‘doubt’ over inquiry scope [BBC News]

The sad story of Simon Spence and Max Hill [Barrister Blogger]

Scotland’s top judge hits out at “Register of Interest” for bench [The Scotsman]

Abortion law matter for Stormont, court rules [BBC News]

‘Charlatan’ ex-barrister jailed for giving immigration advice [Law Gazette]

Trump’s revised travel ban comes into force amid new legal challenges [Sky News]

Legal worker claims a camera was still inside her body six months after a kidney transplant as she files a suit against the doctors who operated [Mail Online]

Birmingham student event: Lawyers and the fourth industrial revolution — with Pinsent Masons [Legal Cheek Hub]

“If he can’t do the inquiry, no one can. The criticism of Lord Justice Moore-Bick in the press is simply ludicrous. The man has written hundreds of judgments. Of course someone will be able to drag up something which offends left-wing values.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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