Morning Headlines 05/3/2015

Morning Headlines 05/3/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

If you’re an aspiring lawyer (and of course you are) you won’t want to miss out on this chance to connect with other law students, share ideas and network. Find out more.

Today’s Poll: Why do you want to be a lawyer? – Vote Now.

  1. SFO launches investigation into Bank of England liquidity auctions (The Guardian)
  2. Boston Bomb Accused’s Lawyer: ‘It Was Him’ (Sky News)
  3. Indonesia rejects Australia Bali Nine prisoner swap offer (BBC News)
  4. Ferguson police showed patterns of racial bias for years, says Justice Department (The Verge)
  5. AbbVie in $21bn swoop on Pharmacyclics (The FT)
  6. SRA dumps trainee code of best practice (Law Society Gazette)
  7. Stepbrother Charged With Murder Of Becky Watts (Sky News)
  8. Football agents set for legal fight on introduction of new ‘unacceptable’ FA rules (Daily Mail)
  9. Reports of fake law firms double, says SRA (BBC News)
  10. Facebook posts about work frustrations land Florida man in UAE prison (Fox News)
  11. Reputed boss of Zetas drug cartel captured in Mexico (CNN)
  12. Terrorist behind New York subway and Manchester shopping centre plots found guilty (Express)
  13. Abid Naseer: Manchester terror plot release ‘risked lives’ (BBC News)
  14. Marijuana could be to blame for rise in New York City murders, says NYPD commissioner (The Independent)
  15. Alabama court orders judges to uphold ban on gay marriage (The Guardian)
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)
Exclusive email insights, members-only careers events, insider tips and more.