Morning Briefing 13/8/2014

Morning Briefing 13/8/2014

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  1. N.B.A. Approves Ballmer’s Purchase of Clippers (via NYT DealBook)
  2. Lord Neuberger, Britain’s most senior judge, admits he doesn’t read all papers in a case (via The Telegraph)
  3. Michael Brown shooting: Obama calls for calm (via BBC News)
  4. Russell Group unis still to fill LLB places for autumn (via The Lawyer)
  5. Family system ‘woefully behind’ in treatment of vulnerable (via Law Society Gazette)
  6. Scottish independence: A devolved Scotland would necessitate an English-only parliament, claims John Redwood (via The Independent)
  7. Barnardo’s charter aims to bring prisoners’ families in from the cold (via The Guardian)
  8. Rich teenagers still dominate top universities (via The Independent)
  9. Petition To Stop Ched Evans’ Sheffield Return (via Sky News)

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