Morning round-up: Thursday 8 February

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

British group wins right to take Brexit case to European court [The Guardian]

Chinese M&A boom provides slim pickings for global law firms [Financial Times]

John Worboys: Victims can challenge release decision [BBC News]

RBS misconduct: financial watchdog hints it feared legal consequences of publishing full report [Insider]

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EU struggles to make legal sense of Theresa May’s Irish pledges [Bloomberg]

SRA appeals SDT ruling on mental health and dishonesty as plethora of ‘forgery’ cases highlights differing sanctions [Legal Futures]

Judge so shocked by fraud case he now ‘fears using cash machine ever again’ [Mirror]

My hope to live life like a healthy person is a reality’: Lawyer, 30, born with ‘half a face’ can finally chew and hear for the first time after undergoing 4 life-changing procedures in the US [Mail Online]

Should I drop out of law school? [Above The Law]

ICLR is seeking full-time law reporters — law grads apply now [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Having spent my entire life in London I recently decided to give Bristol a go after becoming disillusioned with London’s property market. I lasted less than a year before moving back to London…” [Legal Cheek comments]

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