Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

UK faces constitutional crisis over Brexit legal advice, Labour warns [BBC News]

Four UK parties bid to force May to publish Brexit legal advice [Politico]

The Home Office fears EU law will damage child abuse prevention operations, leaked memo reveals [The Telegraph]

US judge seizes laptop of app boss who leaked Facebook info to British MPs [City AM]

Top lawyer brings #MeToo to Britain’s legal profession with stories of sexual harassment [The Telegraph]

Muslims demand full legal protection from Islamophobia [The Observer]

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First medical cannabis prescription made after change to UK law [The Telegraph]

Young lawyers push back against culture of overwork in top law firms [The Guardian]

Hundreds of Aussie convictions in doubt after mob lawyer named as informant [The Strait Times]

London event on Tuesday evening: How to make it as a barrister – with 5 Essex Court, Hardwicke, Landmark Chambers and 4 New Square [Legal Cheek Events]

Birmingham event on Tuesday evening: Secrets to Success Birmingham — with Gowling WLG, Irwin Mitchell and Pinsent Masons [Legal Cheek Events]

F-LEX is recruiting a bookings assistant to join its fast-growing team [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Big Four need to stay in their lane, like lawyers do.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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