Morning round-up: Tuesday 6 February

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Lauri Love ruling ‘sets precedent’ for trying hacking suspects in UK [The Guardian]

Theresa May orders legal review of social media behaviour [Financial Times]

Law Society plays down significance of British solicitors seeking to practise here [Irish Times]

New Hope for ‘Miscarriage of Justice’ Victim in UK Jail for 25 Years [Sputnik]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Disabled solicitor wrongly charged for driving down pedestrianised road with access for blue badge holders [Nottingham Post]

Solicitor facing fraud charges: ‘Sorry if I breached the rules but I didn’t act dishonestly’ [Hull Daily Mail]

Maldives: Supreme Court judges arrested amid political crisis [BBC News]

The ‘Dean of Blockchain Lawyers’ just got a new job [Coindesk]

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

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