Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 24 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Legal action threatened over rapist Worboys’ parole report [Sky News]

Hundreds of cases dropped over evidence disclosure failings [BBC News]

DUP dismiss Gina Miller legal threat over £1bn Tory deal [iNews]

Parliament must overrule Theresa May on foreign students [Financial Times]

Solicitor who specialised in looking after vulnerable people’s money struck off for serious dishonesty [Milton Keynes Citizen]

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Law student claims Samsung workers looked at her ‘very private photos’ and messages from fiance while phone was being repaired [The Sun]

French parliament passes law giving citizens the ‘right to make mistakes’ [The Guardian]

Street locked down after a lawyer is shot dead execution style in front of terrified shoppers at a cafe on a busy western Sydney shopping strip with the gunman on the loose [Mail Online]

Lawyer who took off her hijab in protest goes missing in Iran [Metro]

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

“This is a great idea, fitness and exercise is so prevalent in prison culture it makes total sense the instructers would be experts.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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