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Morning Headlines 22/5/2015

Morning Headlines 22/5/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Barristers threaten to walk out over legal aid cuts (The Guardian)
  2. Bakers and Hogan Lovells to compare applicants’ backgrounds in bid to promote social mobility (The Lawyer)
  3. CVS Health Agrees to Buy Omnicare in $12.7 Billion Deal (NYT DealBook)
  4. Same-sex referendum: Polls open in Ireland (BBC News)
  5. Six Officers Indicted Over Freddie Gray Death (Sky News)
  6. Cameron’s immigration bill to include crackdown on illegal workers (The Guardian)
  7. Paul Gascoigne and Sadie Frost among phone hacking victims to share in £1.2m payout (The Express)
  8. Linklaters reveals NQ salaries of £68,500 – under Slaughters but tops it with 3 year PQE band (Legal Business)
  9. Man who flew gyrocopter onto US Capitol lawn faces nine years in prison (The Verge)
  10. Get solicitors to triage legal problems pro bono, says Law Society (Legal Futures)
  11. Strasbourg court has backed off over rights rulings, says Jack Straw (The Guardian)
  12. Rockstar sues BBC over Grand Theft Auto film – starring Daniel Radcliffe (The Independent)
  13. Hampshire police to pay rape victim £20,000 (BBC News)
  14. Mansion Murder Suspect Traced From Pizza Crust (Sky News)
  15. Clifford Chance and Sullivan & Cromwell advise Barclays on $2.4bn forex fines (Legal Week)
  16. Colombian takes BP to court in UK over alleged complicity in kidnap and torture (The Guardian)
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