Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 12 February

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Justice system at “breaking point” over digital evidence [The Guardian]

UK corporate court cases drop by a quarter [Financial Times]

Arthur Collins to spend £50,000 on top lawyer in bid to quash 20-year acid attack sentence [The Sun]

Human rights barrister accused of vile rants against child sex victims [The Mirror]

Poland’s Jews fear for future under new Holocaust law [The Guardian]

Guantanamo Bay or the International Criminal Court: Fate of ‘Beatles’ jihadis could spark diplomatic tussle [The Telegraph]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Justice system has reached crisis point, says top barrister [BBC News]

Katie Price could change the law as online trolling “to become a crime” after she calls for Harvey’s Law [The Mirror]

Lawyer caught with cocaine one of the highest paid legal aid solicitors [The Irish Times]

Pay of up to £300,000 on offer for next Law Society chief executive [Legal Futures]

“I am a mid level working at a MC firm and I have to work weekends and 2ams everyday.. each deal that closes gets instantly replaced by a new one.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Job alert: Litigation Fee Earner sought by Canary Wharf-based law firm [Legal Cheek Hub]