12th September - Law News

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Today's Highlighted Video Story: The escape from Wandsworth prison sparked a four-day manhunt involving more than 150 police officers. Then on Saturday former soldier Daniel Khalife was arrested in west London. And today he appeared at court where more details of his alleged escape were revealed.

Focus of the Day Legal News:  TUC agrees ‘non-compliance’ strategy against anti-strike laws. UK government gave itself powers to enforce minimum service levels during industrial action by public service workers. Full story - Guardian Law  

A selection of important developments in the world of law and justice (for a comprehensive look at the news and events, please visit @theLawMap Twitter feed):

Saturday Conversations on Law
  • Female surgeons say they are being sexually harassed, assaulted and in some cases raped by colleagues, a major analysis of NHS staff has found https://shorturl.at/hNPZ1
  • High-flying law students perform worse in exams when using AI - Legal Cheek https://shorturl.at/bchoZ
  • Strike-off for solicitors who helped unregistered barrister steal from clients | Law Gazette https://shorturl.at/oGJZ7
  • Attention to detail most important soft skill for lawyers, research finds - Legal Cheek https://t.co/o7kIGaBiPv
  • An 11-year-old girl who was attacked by a dog in Birmingham has backed calls for American bully XL dogs to be banned. Ana Paun said she was "terrified" and "screaming for help" as the dog grabbed her in Bordesley Green on Saturday https://shorturl.at/wPWZ0
  • Luis Rubiales has resigned as president of the Spanish Football Federation following criticism for kissing Spain forward Jenni Hermoso at the Women's World Cup final presentation ceremony https://shorturl.at/gtG29
  • Sara Sharif's grandfather has said that five children who travelled from the UK to #Pakistan with Sara's father have been taken by police. Neighbours said that dozens of officers raided the grandfather's house https://shorturl.at/oAIX5