Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Supreme Court Brexit row: Holyrood “gazumped” by Westminster [The Scotsman]

EU judges “will still have the final say post-Brexit” on key battlegrounds including payments to Europe and rights of millions of migrants to stay in Britain [Mail Online]

Slobodan Milosevic: Ex-Serbia leader’s war crimes lawyer shot dead [BBC News]

If we want to build trust in society, a new treason law is no way to do it [The Guardian]

Dominic Raab’s former secretary brands Brexit minister “a bully who is prone to sudden rages, screams at staff and is more concerned about the gym than the government” [Mail Online]

Heathrow runway rival launches legal battle over £14 billion project [Sky News]

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Israeli Arab MP resigns over controversial ‘nation state’ law [BBC News]

Egyptian court sentences 75 people to death over 2013 demonstration [CNN]

Sixth man in court over suspected Worcester acid attack on boy, 3 [The Guardian]

98 years since the first female jurors in England were sworn in at Bristol Quarter Sessions [Twitter]

Job, jobs, jobs — including advocate and legal assistant roles for BPTC and LPC grads, and third six pupil openings [Legal Cheek Hub]

“The recruitment market is tough at the moment. Anyone who receives an offer is well advised to take it.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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