Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Pinsent Masons cites tough conditions as partner dividend halved [Financial Times]

Coleen Rooney “has bulletproof evidence” against Rebekah Vardy and “poised for legal battle” [The Mirror]

‘Oval Four’: Men “framed by corrupt detective” to go to court [BBC News]

Criminal justice needs to catch up on issues of mental health [The Telegraph]

Student event this Tuesday: Mental health and wellbeing in the law — with Taylor Wessing [Legal Cheek Events]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Mother of ISIS ‘Beatles’ killer in legal battle to bring son back to UK [Daily Express]

Syria war criminals may find the law is finally closing in on them [The Guardian]

Put more female barristers on television to redress gender imbalance, lawyers insist [The Telegraph]

Lawyer of US diplomat’s wife contacts family of Harry Dunn [Sky News]

Heartbreaking legal battle of mum who found body of murdered daughter under bath [The Mirror]

“Kim K’s Shop
Kim Kardashian – Senior Partner
OJ Simpson – Crime
R Kelly – Children and Family
Wesley Snipes – Tax
Martha Stewart – White Collar Crime
Nick Leeson – Banking
Caitlyn jenner – Motoring Offences
Mike Tyson – Sport
Robin Thicke / Pharrell williams – Intellectual Property” [Legal Cheek Comments]

“NQ salary news is all well and good but lawyers will want to stay put for at least 3-4 years so please can we have more info on the 1-5 PQE salaries? NQ salaries are irrelevant within less than a year (most firms upmost each year in July and trainees mostly qualify in September).” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Legal Cheek student events in Edinburgh, Leeds, Manchester, Bristol and London [Legal Cheek Events]

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