Legal News for 04/02/2014

Legal News for 04/02/2014

  1. Court of Appeal due to rule on challenge over legality of random stop-and-search powers (via The Guardian)
  2. Three Anglo Irish executives blamed for Irish banking crisis go on trial (via The Guardian)
  3. Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Yahoo release US surveillance requests (via The Guardian)
  4. Same-sex weddings could take place in Scotland this autumn (via BBC News)
  5. Five police officers and solicitor face charges over death during stop and search (via The Telegraph)
  6. Watson Farley defeats £10m professional negligence claim (via The Lawyer)
  7. University of Law launches new part-time LLB (via
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