Morning round-up: Friday 25 May

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Harassment rife in chambers and courts, barristers’ group says [The Guardian]

Property barrister gets to keep home extension despite having no planning permission [The Telegraph]

Barristers step back from escalating legal aid strikes [Financial Times]

Tory peer William Hague is pocketing cash from law firm slammed over links to Vladimir Putin [Mirror]

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GDPR quiz: How will data privacy law affect you? [BBC News]

Zuckerberg set up fraudulent scheme to ‘weaponise’ data, court case alleges [The Guardian]

Shared office space ‘will give barristers pay-as-you-go London base’ [Legal Futures]

Stephen Hawking v Jeremy Hunt: NHS legal battle finally in court [Cambridge News]

Deutsche Bank to take legal action over leaking of CEO appointment [Financial News]

Third Six Pupillage starting in autumn 2018 with Henderson Chambers [Legal Cheek Hub]

“With regards to giving offers for uni places, or giving out job offers, surely the only thing that matters is give offers to / hiring the most able candidates, regardless of race, gender etc?” [Legal Cheek comments]

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