Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Kenneth Noye’s £100,000 in legal aid “disgusting and outrageous”, says victim’s father [The Telegraph]

Grenfell survivors and relatives open US legal battle [BBC News]

CPS could be taken to court over dropping of rape cases [Sky News]

Boris Johnson could be caught up in new legal action next month over his role as London Mayor [The Mirror]

Suspects left in legal limbo by delays to inquiries, say solicitors [The Guardian]

Human rights lawyer Aamer Anwar talks about the death threats he’s faced [The Scotsman]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Law firms urged to reverse drain of young and female talent [Financial Times]

Ministry of Justice reveals £10m Brexit day preparations [Law Society Gazette]

Finn’s Law named after hero police dog comes into force [Sky News]

Tony Blair presents prize to Durham law student in memory of his dad [Northern Echo]

Legal Cheek student events in Birmingham and Reading this week [Legal Cheek]

“Isn’t that a horribly ignorant world to view to have…as long as it doesn’t affect ME and MY taxes, then the poor, the uneducated and the underprivileged can rot in jail.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Third sixer sought, paralegal jobs and legal PA opportunity [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

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1 Comment


Unlikely the CPS has a secret policy. This sounds like an agenda to try to establish a presumption of guilt.


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