Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 6 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

EU judges may be asked to rule on legality of UK surveillance powers [The Guardian]

Appeal Court judges publish Charlie Gard rulings [BBC News]

Socrates case stayed for quantum discussions as tribunal orders Law Society to pay up to £230,000 in costs [Legal Futures]

Ex-Navy man and strategy consultant takes top role at Bar Council [City A.M.]

Belfast barrister who head-butted creche manager and broke her nose loses appeal [Belfast Telegraph]

Pinsent Masons buys specialist diversity and inclusion business Brook Graham [Legal Business]

Donald Trump vows to impose travel ban ‘in any event’ despite pending Supreme Court judgement [The Independent]

Banksy’s latest stunt could bring election legal woes [Newser]

Solicitor has knife held to throat and suffers broken nose during horror carjacking [Birmingham Mail]

Commercial Awareness Question Time: Inside the acquisition of Visa Europe — with Macfarlanes [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I saw figures that indicate that while there is a slight increase in city training contracts, most are high street firms — predominantly personal injury factories — in the north of England.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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