Morning round-up: Thursday 9 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Landlord’s ban on ‘coloured’ tenants is unlawful, court rules [The Telegraph]

High court judge asks public to help find girl, 3, missing with mother [The Guardian]

Spain’s top court has officially cancelled Catalonia’s declaration of independence [Business Insider]

US law firm Locke Lord handed record £500,000 fine by Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal [Global Legal Post]

Judge puts two men from public gallery into cells after ‘overstepping the mark’ [Rotherham Advertiser]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Marine Le Pen stripped of legal immunity, allowing her to be prosecuted [Independent]

Harvey Weinstein hires NY defense lawyer Benjamin Brafman [Reuters]

Startup launches post-Harvey legal support hotline #MeToo tales [Deadline]

‘Just ended the relationship with Lembit Opik — the woman with whom he spent Monday night can have him’: More woe for the ex-MP turned reality TV regular as he’s ‘chucked out by his lawyer girlfriend’ [Mail Online]

Stunning twin sisters fund themselves through law school by putting glamorous pictures on Instagram [The Sun]

Event: Why US law firms are thriving in London [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Sorry mate, I knew a toff at Bar School who went to the same Cambridge college as his father, grandfather, great grandfather and so on, an offer of ABB…” [Legal Cheek comments]

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