Tuesday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the Bank Holiday

Families of London Bridge attack victims are still waiting for legal aid in their quest for justice two YEARS on (but terrorists and criminals are handed thousands of pounds) [Mail Online]

Online political ads “need law change” [BBC News]

Date set for court case which could prosecute Boris Johnson over £350 million EU referendum lie [The New European]

SRA reveals allegations against Freshfields partner accused of sexual misconduct [Legal Cheek]

Britain’s anti-porn law is well-intended but flawed [Financial Times]

Is working in the City bad for your mental health? [The Telegraph]

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Birmingham lawyer Nazir Afzal vows to mediate for FREE as LGBT lessons row intensifies [Birmingham Live]

Ex-lawyer Cohen reports to prison after taking harsh parting shot at Trump [Reuters]

Geoffrey Rush defamation case: News Corp appeal to claim judge was “biased” [The Guardian]

Why female barristers are leaving the profession [Financial Times]

“[T]rainees are essentially useless until their 3rd seat…” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Two for £500 ticket offer for Future of Legal Education and Training Conference closes at midnight tonight [Legal Cheek Events]

Future lawyers sought for F-LEX’s Commercial Development Scheme [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

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