Morning round-up

Monday morning round-up

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

Suella Braverman orders inquiry into government work by lawyer who blocked Rwanda flight [Telegraph]

Less elitism, more inclusion: the legal industry aims for change [Financial Times]

Is Jones Day the Most Evil Law Firm on the Planet? [Bloomberg Law]

Met Police report: Officers getting away with breaking law [BBC News]

How do the police not know the law? [The Critic]

Barrister Rob Rinder slams David Beckham over ‘tragic’ Qatar ambassadorship ahead of World Cup: ‘Money over morals’ [Metro]

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Is it time to rethink the laws on assisted dying? [The Guardian]

What makes a law firm ‘successful’? [Financial Times]

My legal appeal is very, very strong, claims convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell [The Sun]

Alex Jones: Will a $965m damages demand crush his Infowars empire? [BBC News]

Lessons from a Grandmaster: what can chess teach us about witness credibility? [Macfarlanes]

Now live! The 2023 Chambers Most List [Legal Cheek]

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