Friday, 05 July 2019

Friday Rundown

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Friday Rundown

The rundown of this week's top news stories.

1. Junior judges face zero-hours working conditions, say lawyers [via The Guardian]
2. Chinese human rights lawyer ‘totally changed man’ after being jailed [via The Guardian]
3. Labour urged to ‘step up and defend legal aid legacy’ [via The Law Society Gazette]
4. Bakers makes up seven in London in bumper promotion round
5. Revolving doors: Dechert make hires from Sidley and Hill Dickinson expands its commodities team
6. Linklaters matches rivals’ £100k associate pay packages
7. Deep dive into dispute resolution technology [via The Law Society Gazette]
8. Hong Kong: Protesters storm and deface parliament on handover anniversary [via BBC News]
9. Nike ‘pulls Betsy Ross flag trainer after Kaepernick complaint’ [via BBC News]
10. Henry VIII powers not appropriate: disagreement over divorce bill [via Law Society Gazette]
11. Adidas social media debacle produces racist and anti-Semitic tweets [via CNN] 
12. Deloitte fined £4.2m over Serco tagging scandal [via The Guardian] 
13. HSF hikes associate pay package to £105k as firms jostle for talent
14. Irwin Mitchell posts 96% trainee retention score

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