11th June - Law News

Edition 4550: LawNewsIndex is a UK based daily legal news archive on Law, Lawyers, Law Firms, Justice, Jurisprudence, Legislation, Litigation, Legal Ethics & Human Rights since 2011.

Today's Highlighted Video Story: AEuropean far-right parties made substantial gains in the EU's parliamentary election. In France and Germany, parties once considered to be on the fringes, are now establishing themselves as viable challengers to the establishment. So what is driving this shift on the 'Old Continent'? And will these parties be able to turn their successes in European elections into power at a national level? 

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
  • Barrister fined £5,000 for not telling BSB about SRA disqualification order | Law Gazette https://t.co/yqoIf5PU2H
  • f home is your ‘castle’, how far can you go to defend it? In Queensland, it’s up for debate #Australia https://tinyurl.com/yftyzewk
  • Animal-rights activists have attacked a portrait of King Charles III, in a London art gallery. Two protesters stuck posters on the glass covering the painting https://tinyurl.com/965m2c7a
  • Oversight regulator ramps up Post Office pressure on SRA and BSB - Legal Futures https://t.co/CdBd2P8t7f
  • Sikh families worldwide still suffering 40 years after Golden Temple raid of 1982 in #India https://tinyurl.com/ms5aaazz
  • In depth: London International Disputes Week - No ‘finishing line’ in race to top | Law Gazette https://rb.gy/c9x6jm
  • Police in #China have arrested a 55-year-old man after four US university tutors were stabbed at a public park. Iowa Cornell College instructors were taken to hospital after a "serious incident" in the northern province of Jilin, a college statement said https://tinyurl.com/47fypxcw