Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 13 February

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Julian Assange saga: judge to rule on arrest warrant [The Guardian]

Yes, it’s cheeky to sue Oxford University for not giving you a first — but with skyrocketing student fees, it also makes sense [Independent]

Union seeks judicial review over Deliveroo ‘workers’ in legal challenge to employment status [City A.M.]

Shoosmiths solicitor among three Britons dead in Grand Canyon helicopter crash [Legal Cheek]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Spurned wife faces £300,000 legal bill for lying on Facebook that her ex husband ‘had tried to kill her’ [The Sun]

German court finds Facebook’s data collection was illegal [The Telegraph]

Leading law firm joins forces with LSE professors to find ways to predict litigation [Legal Futures]

Jones Day is strongest law firm brand in the US [Global Legal Post]

Barrister’s porn view in library baffles magistrate [Perth Now]

Legal research assistant to Philip Rainey QC and Michael Walsh [Legal Cheek Hub]

“You can’t have your cake and eat it. Best quality work and pay in London, but forget getting home at a reasonable time, buying a decent property or raising a family. If you want those things, move our of London.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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