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Anti-terror laws stop Kid's TV terror riskMar 03 2012

The UK's Anti-terror laws have once again saved Britain from a terror attack. This time the potential threat came in the form of two kid's T

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Mar 03 2012Lawyer starts website to show how he really feels

A Princeton attorney who launched a website attacking his former Middlesex County law firm has had i...

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Mar 03 2012Legally Blonde: the Musical wins over stiff upper Brits

Legally Blonde: the Musical, which ran for a year and a half on Broadway to a largely tepid receptio...

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Mar 03 2012Secretary cracks and spills the beans on partner

There's more to a secretary than dictation and photocopying and as one lawyer now knows, it's worthw...

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Mar 03 2012It's purrrrjury as cat gets the jury call-up

A Boston jury commissioner refused to budge on his jury list, despite discovering last week that one...

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Lawyers’ spy-cam shameMar 03 2012

A secretary at UK firm Lovells was been forced to resign after he was convicted of filming up a woman's skirt while she was shopping.As repo...

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Judge berates lawyers for bad grammarMar 03 2012

A US judge has become so irritated by lawyers' poor grammar and excessive use of legalese that he's prepared his own guidelines for lawyers ...

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Linklater’s lawyers still have too much free timeMar 03 2012

The slow workflows in London's Magic Circle firms are seemingly getting too much for some associates, who are obviously having trouble makin...

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Lawyer’s bar application rejected over unpaid student loansMar 03 2012

While it is often regarded as a tough slog for legal students in Australia, spare a thought for one US law graduate whose crippling student ...

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Bug repellent company taken to court for breeding mosquitoesMar 03 2012

A Sri Lankan mosquito repellent manufacturer has been taken to court over the presence of mosquito breeding places on its premises, as the c...

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