Morning round-up: Tuesday 24 April

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Ex-judge Dame Laura Cox to head Commons bullying inquiry [The Guardian]

Students’ bid for UK strike compensation ‘passes legal milestone’ [Times Higher Education]

Alfie Evans granted Italian citizenship in life support legal row [BBC News]

Companies forced to set up whistleblowing channels under new EU law [The Telegraph]

Barrister Michael Mansfield stuns TV viewers by saying ‘n****’ and ‘c***’ live on air while discussing the Stephen Lawrence case [Mail Online]

Heartbroken family of murdered law student ask: ‘How many more have to die like this?’ [The Telegraph]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Rosenblatt confirms it will be the fourth English law firm to go public [City A.M.]

Property tycoon Robert Tchenguiz suffers blow in the Supreme Court over discretionary trust [City A.M.]

Another English firm goes public [National]

Judge not allowed back to court after berating woman who died [CNN]

Leading criminal defence practice in Kent seeks criminal lawyer [Legal Cheek Hub]

“How are all of these people supposed to get a graduate job, let alone a training contract? Though there are and always will be students who are more switched on than others, there is a significant majority who don’t really know what they are getting themselves into.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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