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Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from this morning and the weekend

UK professional services firms hit by labour shortages [Financial Times] (£)

The women breaking down barriers at ‘magic circle’ law firms [The Telegraph] (free, but registration required)

Spider Woman by Lady Hale review — all rise: the Beyoncé of the legal world [The Times] (free, but registration required)

Queen spending millions to fund Prince Andrew’s fight against sex abuse allegations [The Telegraph] (free, but registration required)

Top barrister who posted a photo from inside his Tesla showing speedometer at 59mph — while bragging about how electric car let him dodge fuel shortages — DENIES using his phone while driving [Daily Mail]

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11 new law and rule changes coming in October that will affect you [Wales Online]

Law firm founded by Cypriot president accused of hiding assets of Russian exile [The Guardian] (free, but registration required)

Students push back against ‘YouTube’ learning as campuses reopen [Financial Times]

Fine for paralegal who passed herself off as barrister in magistrates’ court [Oxford Mail]

Defendant attempts citizen’s arrest on judge during assault trial [Wales Online]

Jodie Comer comes to the West End playing a ‘thoroughbred’ criminal barrister — 11 years after she last appeared on stage [Daily Mail]

“I think one of the worst parts of being a junior is not knowing when something needs to be done and when something can wait, so it becomes hard to plan.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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3 Comments

Anonymous

Re The Telegraph article, its hardly a barrier of most lawyers entering the profession and most top leaders are female.

Are you sure?

Most top leaders of what are female?

They seem to be

Most leaders of the UK’s top law firms, according to The Telegraph.

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