Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Keir Starmer: Brexit deal unlikely to pass without confirmatory poll [The Guardian]

Now Grayling faces legal action from DB too [Rail News]

Law chief to rule on “legal establishment sex abuse ring” [The Times]

Kim Kardashian West sells clothes on eBay for justice project [Sky News]

New domestic abuse law to ensure funding for refuges and end “postcode lottery” [HuffPo UK]

Julian Assange: Sweden to announce decision on rape case [BBC News]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

The use of AI gives rise to huge potential legal issues [The Scotsman]

Australia faces “world-first” climate change human rights case [Al Jazeera]

Alyssa Milano is calling on women to take part in a sex strike to protest against Georgia abortion law [Metro]

Polish nationalists protest at law on restitution of Jewish property [Financial Times]

BPTC & LPC graduates – LPC Law wants you! Become a County Court Advocate and gain unique exposure to Civil Advocacy [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

“This is a missed opportunity. Ultimately we have a BPTC, being delivered by BPTC tutors which is very marginally cheaper. The Inns money would have been better spent on more scholarships or funding more pupillages.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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I guess LPC don’t know what “unique” means.



Credit hire and basic mortgage hearings are definitely unique. Especially when handling 20 repetitive hearings every week.


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