Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 3 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Judiciary needs a pay rise — says senior judge on £200k salary [The Telegraph]

Charity loses Dubs amendment legal challenge over child refugees [BBC News]

What is sexual harassment? Lawyer reveals the definition as the MP sex pest scandal continues to grip Westminster [The Sun]

Spanish judge jails eight members of deposed Catalan government [The Guardian]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Ex-Linklaters lawyer tied to insider trading case plans to restart legal career [American Lawyer]

Hawaii judge orders man to write 144 compliments about his ex-girlfriend [Elle]

How BuzzFeed’s top lawyer does her job [Bloomberg]

Drug dealer sentenced for ordering hit on law student [New York Post]

Outrage as Egyptian lawyer says it’s ‘national duty’ to rape women wearing ripped jeans [Evening Standard]

‘9 tips to avoid being a workplace sexual harasser’: a woman lawyer’s critique [Above The Law]

Key graduate recruitment deadlines calendar [Legal Cheek Careers]

“Judges are responsible for their relationship with the media. They are the third pillar of state for goodness sake. They do not need to hide behind the skirts of parliament or the government. They can deal with this themselves. We must stop turning everyone in to victims.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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