Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Half of the judiciary should be women, says Britain’s most senior judge [The Telegraph]

Madeleine McCann’s parents hit with £29k legal fees after court battles [The Mirror]

Trump is still facing “a dozen” legal threats from federal and state prosecutors despite reports Mueller will not be indicting anyone else [Mail Online]

The strange story of Section 230, the obscure law that created our flawed, broken internet [Wired]

21 very British signs from the massive protest against Brexit [BuzzFeed]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

He’s accused of rape but the law moves slowly if you’re Ronaldo [Sky News]

Man who broke cat’s jaw avoids jail after lawyer says “he’s an animal lover” [iNews]

“This is 90% of legaltech AI in a visual metaphor” [Rupert Collins-White on Twitter]

LPC Law National Advocacy Competition 2019 [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

Student event on Wednesday evening: Secrets to Success Birmingham — with Irwin Mitchell, VWV, Kings Chambers and ULaw [Legal Cheek Events]

“I’d hope if I continue to earn lots of money and become quite rich that my kids would take the opportunity to do something much more interesting or useful like arts, sports, medicine or engineering.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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