Morning round-up: Monday 27 November

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Supreme Court will travel to Belfast to hear ‘gay cake’ case [Legal Cheek]

Legal aid cuts have ended up costing the taxpayer money because disputes spiral [BuzzFeed]

Don’t betray EU court red lines, Theresa May warned [The Telegraph]

Woman awarded £9m damages for care of son who “should not have been born” [The Guardian]

Brussels warns of limits to UK’s legal reach [Financial Times]

Rumour has it that Jeremy Corbyn has changed his mind about Brexit [The Independent]

Proposed law would add mothers’ names to marriage certificates in England and Wales [The Guardian]

’Irrelevant’ criminal record checks harm ex-offenders’ job hopes [The Observer]

​Kim Kardashian Pays Top Hollywood Lawyer To Help Cyntoia Brown [Lad Bible]

Solicitor appears in court after being accused of bringing €25 worth of cocaine into inmate in Mountjoy Prison [The Irish Sun]

STEM Future lawyers events coming up with Clifford Chance and Reed Smith [STEM Future Lawyers]

“Who calls it the Cross Building Library? Just the law faculty. It’s a tiny point but for some reason I found it really jarring.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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