Law in the news
Welcome to Law Teacher's Law News. In this section you will find the most recent and popular law news stories from the past week. All stories are taken from trusted sources and all stories have been reported in the mainstream media.
17th November 2014 | Chief legal ombudsman quits
Chief legal ombudsman quits after accounts probe, Scotland's drink-drive laws aligned with Europe, UN to vote on Kim Jong-un's crimes against humanity and many more.
10th November 2014 | Litigation deluge set to follow record forex fines
Litigation deluge set to follow record forex fines, Obama calls for tougher Internet regulation, Syrian Kurds give women equal rights and many more.
3rd November 2014 | Nurses 'will have to be able to speak English to work in UK'
Nurses 'will have to be able to speak English to work in UK', MPs vote to make sex selection abortion illegal, Washington DC makes marijuana legal and many more.
Older Law News & Helpful Information
In this section you will find notable legal cases, trends and general points of interest for the law community.
Australia joins EU carbon emissions market (BBC 29/08/12)
Legal Aid to be cut by £350m by 2015 (BBC 01/02/11)
Universities' budgets to be cut by 6% (BBC 21/12/10)
93 Magistrates' courts may close! (BBC 16/12/10)
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