Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 14 February

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Judge refuses to withdraw Julian Assange arrest warrant [The Guardian]

Vulnerable people ‘trapped in homelessness’ due to law [BBC News]

Britain’s 5G mobile auction gets green light as Three court challenge fails again [The Telegraph]

It’s not the function of men to look after babies!’: Twitter users mock ‘out of touch’ divorced ex-barrister who insists wives should ‘stay at home’ during BBC Radio 4 parenting call-in [Mail Online]

Popular Bristol barrister Robert Duval dies in road accident [Bristol Post]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Law students offer free legal advice to Glasgow shoppers [BBC News]

Law student wrongly arrested over TV licence settles action for damages [Irish Times]

Trump’s longtime lawyer now admits to paying $130,000 hush money ‘out of his own pocket’ to porn star Stormy Daniels [Mail Online]

The Grand Tour’s Jeremy Clarkson forced to review new Tesla car with a team of lawyers on board [Digital Spy]

Lawyer for ‘Making a Murderer’ subject wants Supreme Court to review case [ABC News]

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

“Learning how to code will not improve your chances of becoming a lawyer, and it certainly won’t offer you more job stability.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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