Morning round-up: Thursday 23 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

London seeks protection for legal services after Brexit [Financial Times]

Not a single discrimination case was referred to a legal aid lawyer in the past year [BuzzFeed News]

Judge warns on bullying as two jurors discharged in parachute trial [ITV News]

Lady Hale to launch guide for lawyers on Jewish practices and customs [Jewish News]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

British law must recognise Muslim marriage ceremonies [The Guardian]

Man breached his bail condition after he got locked out of his flat [Evening Telegraph]

Lady Hale selfie! [Twitter]

Kayaking solicitor to compete for Team GB [The Press]

Family of murdered Panama Papers journalist takes legal action against police over investigation [Independent]

Event: Fintech — the future of financial institutions with Clifford Chance [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Honestly, stuff like this makes me question whether I want any part in the commercial legal sector. I’m sure that many are happy with their careers and salary, but I’d rather sacrifice a good chunk of pay to have some semblance of myself left after the process.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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