Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 31 October

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Impact of cuts to legal aid to come under review [The Guardian]

Human rights lawyer: prisoner votes plan is ‘cynical’ [BBC News]

Couples could divorce entirely online in government bid to save £250m and shake up court system [The Sun]

Google slams EU for record-breaking fine in court appeal [Independent]

Belgium sets up English-language court to cash in on Brexit [News 24]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Court bars Donald Trump from banning transgender people from military [Metro]

Artificial intelligence takes the drudgery out of legal work [Globe and Mail]

Judge thinks suspect who asked for a ‘lawyer, dawg,’ was asking for a ‘lawyer dog’ [New York Magazine]

Egyptian lawyer says raping women in revealing clothing is ‘national duty’ [Euronews]

Lawyer slams Holyrood sexual harassment ‘silence’ [BBC News]

Judge can’t believe she’s been added to ‘known terrorist list’ [Above The Law]

Key graduate recruitment deadlines calendar [Legal Cheek Careers]

Where do you draw the line in the legal world when social lives, due to the time spent in the office, cross with personal lives..? [Legal Cheek comments]

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