Round-up

Monday morning round-up

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

Braverman denies lawyer crackdown but asks for ‘solutions’ to policy [Evening Standard]

Allow TV full access to our courtrooms and justice will truly be seen to be done [The Guardian]

Lawyers’ pay is soaring, but is boom set to bust? [The Times] (£)

Coleen Rooney vows to ‘make Rebekah Vardy pay £3million legal bill’ for Wagatha Christie battle [The Sun]

Number of law firms fined by SRA increases following anti-money laundering compliance crackdown [City A.M.]

Applications are open for the Legal Cheek September UK Virtual Law Fair 2022

Generation Z: how to recruit and retain them [Financial Times] (£)

Judge who voted to overturn Roe v Wade steps down from teaching role [Evening Standard]

Law firm dumps Catholic Church after 60 years, but won’t say why [The Age]

Meet the death row lawyer for dogs who saves condemned pets [Mail Online]

Is Kim Kardashian a Lawyer Now? [CheatSheet]

“How many will be gone in 6-12 months for US firms? If you’re in a transactional department at Linklaters, you won’t be living a much better life than those at US firms. And on almost half the pay…” [Legal Cheek comments]

Event: The SQE: one year on — with the Solicitors Regulation Authority and BPP University Law School [Apply Now]

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