Morning round-up: Thursday 3 May

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Windrush scandal: lawyers prepare compensation claims [The Guardian]

TSB calls up elite law firm Slaughter and May to advise on IT crisis [City A.M.]

Judge criticises lack of legal aid for rape claim mother[BBC News]

Law group that acted for Alfie Evans’ family could face legal watchdog investigation [Liverpool Echo]

6,500 jobs to be lost in modernisation of courts [The Guardian]

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Pinsent Masons squeezes into top spot amongst UK law firm brands [Global Legal Post]

‘I should have been a solicitor!’ The Split viewers gush over high-powered divorce lawyer’s ‘amazing’ mansion in glossy BBC drama [Mail Online]

Donald Trump’s lawyer Giuliani says president repaid Michael Cohen for $130,000 Stormy Daniels payment [The Telegraph]

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

Now open for entries: The Privacy Law Blogging Prize [Legal Cheek Journal]

The Future of Legal Education and Training Conference on 23 May — final batch tickets on sale [Legal Cheek]

“Based on my MC TC I can confirm that I was very well trained to print stuff and check cross-references. Sometimes I was even allowed to arrange conference calls!” [Legal Cheek comments]

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