Round-up

Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Brett Kavanaugh confirmation: Victory for Trump in Supreme Court battle [BBC News]

Will our judges be judged as Brett Kavanaugh has been? [The Telegraph]

Lawyer charged the NHS £400 an HOUR as he sued them for compensation [The Mirror]

Top 10 innovative lawyers: the legal profession embraces the future [Financial Times]

Sajid Javid “taking UK down dangerous road” by expanding citizenship stripping [The Guardian]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

The journalist who blew open the Cambridge Analytica scandal threatened to injunct Channel 4 News and demanded they hand over their sources [BuzzFeed]

Tories give little away on justice [Law Society Gazette]

Lawyer representing model at centre of Ronaldo rape claim says he’s been contacted by “second victim” [The Sun]

The woman who sued over rape: “I needed to speak up” [The Guardian]

Legal Hackette lunches with William Clegg QC [Legal Hackette]

“LLBer is also factually wrong (even if were a word) as the law (jurisprudence) degree at Oxford is a BA, not an LLB.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Law student sought for freelance social media officer role [Legal Cheek Jobs]

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