Morning round-up: Monday 19 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Corbyn faces human rights battle over nationalisations, top law firm warns [The Telegraph]

Crowdfunding site rallies behind porn star Stormy Daniels as Trump’s lawyers seek $20m in damages [The Times]

Feminists join men-only swim in protest of proposed law to enable people to self-identify as male or female [The Independent]

Barrister blows whistle on “broken law brought to its knees by cuts” [The Guardian]

Rude judges bully lawyers in court, QC complains [The Telegraph]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

The Met has a problem with hate-crime. It can’t explain what it means [Barrister Blogger]

Why are the courts pursuing me for a cannabis charge? [The Telegraph]

Why are British partners fleeing the magic circle to join US firms? [Above the Law]

What have you got to be miserable about? [Lloyd Talks]

“Back in the day non-graduates were able to qualify, so enough of the alarmism.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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