Morning round-up: Friday 7 July

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Grenfell fire: Inquiry judge “lost room” at residents’ meeting [BBC News]

Town hall considers legal action against Grenfell Tower contractor in fraud probe [Evening Standard]

Britain’s miserly post-Brexit offer to EU nationals shows a disdain for rights, says top barrister [The Guardian]

Leaving the EU won’t harm UK law, say top judges: Lord Chief Justice acts to undermine attempts by foreign lawyers to exploit the uncertainty [Mail Online]

Islamist terror and the complex legal battle [BBC News]

Angry parents say school ‘breaching human rights’ with rules “stopping pupils drinking water” [The Mirror]

Rob Kardashian’s ex considers legal action over explicit shots posted on Instagram [Newsbeat]

El Salvador jails raped teenager for 30 years under murder laws after she said she suffered miscarriage [The Independent]

Spending on Online Court “should be halted”, says leading academic [Legal Futures]

Job alert: Third six pupillages at Hardwicke [Legal Cheek Hub]

“This whole discussion is one of the most pretentious things I have ever seen. Why are you arguing over who pays more/who is more prestigious?” [Legal Cheek Comments]