Morning round-up: Wednesday 17 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Law student who ‘opened door’ in £750,000 bank fraud is spared jail [Evening Standard]

UK ministers pressed to reveal legal advice on reversing Brexit [The Guardian]

Brexit: MPs vote against including European fundamental rights charter in UK law [Independent]

Prostitution challenge to be heard in High Court [BBC News]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Ex-solicitor fled crash in Jaguar while more than four times alcohol limit [East Anglian Daily Times]

Late to law: studying another degree first is a sensible option [The Guardian]

‘It’s amicable and no one else is involved’: Judge Rinder ‘splits from husband Seth Cummings… four years after being married by best pal Benedict Cumberbatch’ [Mail Online]

Donald Trump actually has ethics lawyers and he spends $420,000 a year on them [Metro]

Event: Technology and the future of legal practice — with Womble Bond Dickinson in Leeds [Legal Cheek Hub]

“As a working class individual who is about to start the LPC, and who holds an offer from one of the three MC firms listed who haven’t increased their grant, I’m genuinely frustrated…” [Legal Cheek comments]

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