Morning round-up: Friday 15 September

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Grenfell Tower fire inquiry descends into chaos on first day as chairman snubs victims’ lawyer [The Telegraph]

Labour considers legal challenge over tuition fees increase [The Guardian]

Attorney General to examine if court system is undermined by social media [Sky News]

Amber Rudd ‘in contempt of court’ for deporting asylum seeker against judge’s wishes [Metro]

How a law firm encouraged people to make bogus compo claims [Mirror]

Britain ‘could overrule EU laws’ if UK signs up to Norway-style Brexit, trade chief says [Express]

Ryanair loses EU court battle to keep Irish law for crew abroad [Reuters]

CMS partners with Saudi Arabian law firm [Global Legal Post]

Ex-Linklaters partner breaks new ground with High Court appointment [Legal Business]

French court bans parents from using Breton ‘ñ’ in baby name saying incompatible with law [The Telegraph]

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

“Whatever you wanna say about KK/LC but they’ve have a very good run of interviews recently. Miller, Gonzalez, Neuberger, these are big names who wouldn’t agree to be interviewed for no reason.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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