Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 8 September

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Exposed: ‘racial bias’ in British criminal justice system [The Guardian]

Returning jihadis will end up in family courts, Lord Chief Justice warns [The Telegraph]

Labour’s Keir Starmer forensically tears down ‘power grab’ Brexit Repeal Bill as Tory MPs threaten rebellion [Mirror]

Amal Clooney plots her post-maternity career move [Evening Standard]

Spanish constitutional court suspends law on Catalan referendum [Financial Times]

UK high court blocks deportation of man who accuses G4S of abuse [The Guardian]

Footballer threatens PSG with legal action after he was sent to train with the reserve team [The Sun]

Wife of Trump Organisation ethics lawyer is arrested for ‘having sex with a 23-year-old inmate in the backseat of her car outside a Virginia prison’ [Mail Online]

Event: Bitcoin, blockchain & smart contracts and the next generation of lawyers [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Disengaging from Europe is legally complex — despite what the stupider Brexiteers have said — and will take years to work itself through. Much reform will be piecemeal and some will merely be change to catch up with practice happening despite the law…” [Legal Cheek comments]

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