Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 22 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

UK judges to get scientific guides [BBC News]

Dominic Grieve expects climbdown over post-Brexit human rights law [The Guardian]

‘Outsourced workers’ file landmark legal case that could revolutionise employment rights in UK [Independent]

Allen & Overy removed from Four Seasons debt crisis talks over conflict of interest concerns [The Telegraph]

Law Society accreditation scheme advert ‘misled’ public [BBC News]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Law student dodges jail after crashing car into Ayrshire crossing while five times the limit [The Sun]

Apple’s iPhone X assembled by illegal student labour [Financial Times]

The dos and don’ts of writing a personal statement for law [The Guardian]

BPTC & LPC graduates to undertake freelance advocacy work in the County Courts throughout England and Wales [Legal Cheek Hub]

“When people on very high pay complain about those who ‘don’t want to work,’ what they really mean is ‘those who don’t want to be exploited…’” [Legal Cheek comments]

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