Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 5 October

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Exclusive: Warwick University careers adviser at centre of racism row after law student claims she was singled out for being black [Legal Cheek]

The rule of law: into battle over executive power [Financial Times]

‘Entombed’ man to hear UK high court ruling on assisted dying [The Guardian]

Unite launches legal action on behalf of workers at collapsed airline Monarch [City A.M.]

Sam Allardyce considers legal action against FA over England sacking [Independent]

Man admits posing as barrister to defraud vulnerable woman [The Irish News]

Court to hear challenge to GCHQ bulk hacking of phones and computers [The Guardian]

DLA Piper, a hacking victim itself, helps guide Equifax on Capitol Hill [National Law Journal]

UN ambassador Nikki Haley breaks the law by retweeting Donald Trump [Independent]

Bristol student event: Infrastructure: the next growth area for lawyers — with Burges Salmon [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Well intentioned research but always likely to fall into the hands of people lacking the skill to present it with the required sensitivity. A shame as how do you improve things other than by asking difficult questions?” [Legal Cheek comments]

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