Morning round-up: Thursday 12 April

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Facebook is ‘looking into’ suing Cambridge University, Cambridge Analytica, or the researcher over data scandal [Business Insider]

Thousands of EU nationals at risk of losing legal status in UK after Brexit, report warns [Evening Standard]

It’s On: Sir Cliff Richard and the BBC are going to trial [BuzzFeed News]

Serious Fraud Office fights crime with ‘robo-lawyer’ [International Adviser]

Law firm reveals gender pay gap after deadline has passed [Telegraph & Argus]

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‘Meal ticket for life’ bid backfires as divorcee loses £175,000 a year from ex-husband [The Telegraph]

Top High Court judge caught in email hoax involving prominent lawyer [Stuff]

Wife of detained lawyer placed under house arrest in Beijing [The Guardian]

New York judge admits to repeatedly breaking into young woman’s home to steal her dirty underwear [Boing Boing]

Amal Clooney style file: we chart the lawyer and activist’s fashion evolution [Evening Standard]

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

“I bet she now wishes she had chosen her boyfriend more Caerphilly” [Legal Cheek comments]

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