Legal News for 17/02/2014

Legal News for 17/02/2014
  1. UK supreme court – idea that European courts can overrule decisions of parliament is ‘little short of offensive’ (via The Guardian)
  2. Foreign agency reportedly spied on US law firm with NSA’s knowledge (via The Verge)
  3. Lawyers to stage full-day walkout over legal aid cuts in England and Wales (via The Guardian)
  4. Murder of man with learning difficulties – two teenagers charged (via SKY News)
  5. Miranda Barbour: Craigslist killer claims ‘I’ve killed 22 more as part of Satanic cult’ (via The Independent)
  6. Morsy lawyers leave court over soundproof dock (via CNN)
  7. UN ‘wants North Korean regime crimes punished’ (via BBC News)
  8. More junior lawyer jobs to be available thanks to conveyancing boom (via Law Society Gazette)
  9. Slater & Gordon completes Pannone acquisition and hints at yet more to come (via Legal Futures)
  10. Interpol alert for arrest of Australian conman Peter Foster (via The Guardian)
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