Morning Headlines 13/1/2015

Morning Headlines 13/1/2015

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

  1. Judge left anonymous in family court case is named (The Telegraph)
  2. Nick Clegg on ‘snoopers’ charter’ attack (BBC News)
  3. Centralised assessment of aspiring solicitors ‘unthinkable’ (Law Society Gazette)
  4. Obamacare appeal among cases supreme court declines to take up (The Guardian)
  5. Man With ‘Links To Paris Gunman’ Arrested (Sky News)
  6. Slaughter and May, Davis Polk and Skadden line up for $5.2bn healthcare deal (Legal Week)
  7. Ethical Questions of Investing in Marijuana (NYT DealBook)
  8. ECB Warning to Greece Deploys Tactic Honed in Crisis (Bloomberg)
  9. WhatsApp and iMessage could be banned under new surveillance plans (The Independent)
  10. Obama to call for ’30-day shot clock’ on stolen consumer data, protections for student privacy (The Verge)
  11. Lostprophets’ paedophile Ian Watkins will not get £150k pay-out (BBC News)
  12. What new snooping powers do PM and MI5 want – and what are the concerns? (The Guardian)
  13. Cooley launches 55-lawyer London base with partners from Edwards Wildman and MoFo (Legal Week)
  14. Egypt Court Clears Men Held In ‘Gay Raid’ (Sky News)
  15. Gay couple in legal bid to have marriage declared lawful in NI (The Irish Times)
  16. Feltham Young Offenders: Watchdog’s violence warning (BBC News)
  17. Switching tack, prosecutors seek to ban James Risen from testifying in CIA trial (The Guardian)
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