Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 13 April

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

‘Serious flaws’ in UK immigration system, Law Society warns [BBC News]

Activists bring case at appeal court over UK arms sales to Saudis [The Guardian]

UK to challenge Scotland’s Brexit bill in Supreme Court [The Scotsman]

EU’s top court asked to probe Facebook U.S. data transfers [Reuters]

Pilot court scheme to tackle drug and alcohol misuse [ITV News]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

SRA unveils new rules for waivers and ‘safe space’ to promote innovation [Legal Futures]

Criminology student, 21, ‘killed her 16-year-old sister in horrific car crash when her Mini Cooper careered over three-foot wall and into a tree’ [Mail Online]

Super rich lawyer Thomas J Henry throws lavish £3.2 million party attended by Cardi B and DJ Khaled [The Sun]

Catalan academic’s lawyer accuses Spain of abusing legal process [The Guardian]

DWF is recruiting for a number of advocate roles in Manchester, London, Liverpool [Legal Cheek Hub]

“AI has evolved to the heady heights whereby my telephone will replace a perfectly typed and apposite word with a wholly incorrect replacement containing none of the original letters. What a brave new world.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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