Morning round-up: Wednesday 7 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

High Court denies campaigners’ bid to obtain Brexit papers [Financial Times]

Government to review law before self-driving cars arrive on UK roads [The Guardian]

Law student in court over uni rape accusation [Daily Gazette]

Edinburgh Law School accused of using recorded lectures to ‘break’ bitter strike over pensions [The Herald]

City law firm Rosenblatt mulling a London IPO [City A.M.]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Legal Hackette Lunches with Nemone Lethbridge [Legal Hackette’s Brief]

Cocaine-in-wallet solicitor let off with donation to charity []

First conviction under sexism law for Belgian who insulted officer [Politico]

Utah bar accidentally sends every lawyer in the state an email of a topless woman advertising its annual spring convention [Mail Online]

Secrets to Success — Birmingham, with Pinsent Masons, Irwin Mitchell and St Philips Chambers at ULaw Birmingham: Apply to attend [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Other topics of discussion: Would Britney Spears’ invitation to “Hit me baby one more time” offer the defendant a volenti non fit injuri defence?” [Legal Cheek comments]

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