Morning round-up: Wednesday 28 March

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

John Worboys: Court to rule on black cab rapist release [BBC News]

British election spending laws explained — and why they need updating [The Conversation]

New proposal for student barristers to undergo police checks [Global Legal Post]

‘Cerebral palsy won’t stop me becoming a lawyer’ [BBC News]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Two more lawyers decline to join Trump legal team [CNN]

Jailed solicitor told to repay an extra £500,000 of criminal proceeds or face more prison time [Legal Futures]

Italian man cleared of aubergine theft after nine-year legal battle [The Guardian]

Reading rainbow: Ivanka Trump and son Joseph enjoy Mike Pence’s bunny book while Tiffany Trump studies up on criminal law [Mail Online]

Kalisher Paid Internship 2018 at the Criminal Cases Review Commission [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Carry on with your 2018 LPC — even on the SRA’s most optimistic timetable the SQE will not exist as an option until late 2020 (and is very likely to be later).” [Legal Cheek comments]