Morning round-up: Monday 27 March

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Theresa May to announce details of British legal shake-up next week to prepare for Brexit [The Telegraph]

Top judge launches extraordinary attack on Chief Prosecutor over acquittals in ‘drunk rape’ cases – but she hits back claiming he is “victim blaming” [Mail Online]

Legal battle over tribunal fees reaches Supreme Court today, as case brought by Unison is heard by country’s top court [City A.M.]

A lawyer explains what you should do if your private photos are posted online [Business Insider]

Harriet Harman’s proposed ban on sexual history evidence would be grotesquely unfair [Barrister Blogger]

US judge grants asylum to Singapore teen blogger [Al Jazeera]

Lawyer who led Iraq veterans ‘witch hunt’ failed to convince tribunal he was too unwell and poor to turn up [The Telegraph]

Letter: Gorsuch’s ‘crime’ is his different jurisprudence [Financial Times]

Mobility and diversity in law [LexisNexis In-house Blog]

Leading boutique law firm seeks LPC graduate for paralegal role [Legal Cheek Hub]

“A good receptionist is more valuable to a firm than most trainees will be!” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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