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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Lawyers stranded in no-deal Brexit seek loopholes to keep jobs [Bloomberg]

Government to enshrine in law that NDAs cannot stop victims going to the police, lawyers or doctors [The Telegraph]

MPs call for 10-year limit on prosecution of soldiers [The Guardian]

Young family left with stranger’s car on their driveway because of “legal minefield” [The Mirror]

Sadiq Khan’s lawyer wife is paid via low-tax ‘personal services firm’ even though he’s promised to stamp them out [The Sun]

Netflix threatened by Brexit backer over ‘The Great Hack’ doc [The Hollywood Reporter]

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The legal aid lawyer who saved Corbyn from electoral defeat [The Guardian]

Why Liz Hurley’s son Damian had to take millionaire granddad to court [The Mirror]

Well-known solicitor returns home five weeks after nearly dying and losing leg in cycling accident abroad [DevonLive]

Life advice from US Supreme Court justice Neil Gorsuch [Quartz]

Newly qualified lawyers sought by F-LEX for new legal roles [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

Student event: Event: Secrets to Success Nottingham — with Browne Jacobson, Freeths, Gateley, Shoosmiths and ULaw [Legal Cheek Events]

“US in London – offers much more possibilities and better variety of work. Also you can always move from London to Middle East. Much harder (though not impossible) to come from Middle East to London.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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