Morning round-up: Thursday 22 June

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Theresa May says Scotland could get separate vote on Brexit law [Bloomberg]

One law for the poor at Grenfell Tower [Open Democracy UK]

Police probe after man dies at Westminster Magistrates’ Court [Evening Standard]

Queen’s speech: Lidington says prison legislation not needed [Law Gazette]

‘Community level’: Eversheds Sutherland launches ‘ES Disrupt’ new tech service for start-ups [Legal Business]

Trump lawyers make final Supreme Court pitch on travel ban [Reuters]

European Court condemns Russia’s gay propaganda law [Human Rights Watch]

6 questions to ask yourself if you think you want to go to law school [CNBC]

Event: How to make it as a City lawyer [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Suck it up. Make sure you take dry shampoo with you and use it if your hair starts to go greasy. Drink plenty of water and minimal makeup. Dab at your face with a tissue if needs be and wear a good anti-perspirant. I’ve been in a sweltering court all week in a three piece suit, wig, collar and gown.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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