Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 14 August

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

The panic about a Brexit legal limbo isn’t justified [The Spectator]

Tories attempt to hijack powerful decision-making committee to ram through new post-Brexit laws [The Independent]

Paralegal Heather Heyer, Charlottesville Victim, recalled as “a strong woman” [New York Times]

Why a computer could help you get a fair trial [The Observer]

Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia group faces legal action from BHS liquidators [The Telegraph]

Labor warns bill to “fix” marriage equality postal vote could undermine court challenge [The Guardian]

New law could criminalise uncovering personal data abuses, advocate warns [The Guardian]

Letter from the DPP to The Telegraph and Daily Mail following recent inaccurate reports on rape prosecutions [Twitter]

Central Square could help to create Cardiff law hub [BBC News]

Lawyers share their deepest secrets anonymously on Twitter [Above the Law]

BPTC & LPC graduates sought for County Court Advocate roles: Immediate start [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Since the pay increase to £85k NQ not enough associates are leaving after 2 or 3 years PQ, meaning there aren’t enough associate positions available for trainees to qualify in to.” [Legal Cheek Comments]