Morning round-up: Tuesday 5 September

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Employers’ rights to monitor office emails to be decided by European court [The Guardian]

KWM Europe and how not to run a law firm [Financial Times]

The UK’s top 200 law firms have seen revenues jump 73% since the financial crisis [Business Insider]

My law student daughter was forced into being a drug mule, claims grieving mother [The Telegraph]

Dundee sex offender calls Sheriff ‘specky f***’ before brawling with security when told he was going to prison [The Sun]

Paralegal wins employment tribunal claim for £14,000 bonus from personal injury firm [Legal Futures]

First conviction under new ‘revenge porn’ law in Scotland [BBC News]

Judge says ‘I didn’t know people who were on benefits were into champagne’ [Metro]

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

“For the unaware among us, graduate recruitment brochures are a crock of cold cat piss. City trainees will be routinely abused, and they’re expected to be grateful for the privilege. Don’t worry, though. If you get through it, you’ll be able to do the same to the next cohort.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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