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Morning Headlines 8/1/2015

Morning Headlines 8/1/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup. We’re looking for Managing Editors for both our Careers and Study sections.

  1. Paris Terror Attack: Two Brothers On The Run (Sky News)
  2. Parents’ legal aid wait to fight enforced adoption of son inhumane, says judge (The Guardian)
  3. Allen & Overy profits jump £35m as it cuts staff costs (Legal Business)
  4. Thetrainline.com set for £500m IPO (The FT)
  5. Weil tops rankings as worldwide M&A activity reaches pre-crisis levels in 2014 (The Lawyer)
  6. Mother fails in bid to block Christian couple adopting her two-year-old boy even though they are not a ‘religious match’ (Mail Online)
  7. Palestinians to become ICC member from April 1, UN confirms (RT)
  8. Former police chief must be convicted of ‘senseless’ killing, prosecutor says (The Guardian)
  9. Hogan Lovells and Leigh Day act as Shell reaches £55m oil spill settlement (Legal Week)
  10. U.S. Lawmakers up pressure on Obama to release secret 9/11 documents
  11. Roman Polanski: Polish prosecutors to question film-maker after US calls for extradition over child sex crime conviction (The Independent)
  12. ‘Bali Nine’ man loses bid for Indonesian clemency (BBC News)
  13. Repatriation of drug smuggler McCollum to NI jail approved (RTE)
  14. Canadian lawyers scent profit as medical marijuana industry prepares to go legit (The Guardian)
  15. Judge admits mistake, rescinds media gag order in attorney’s domestic assault case (Press Herald)
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