Morning round-up: Thursday 19 June

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By Thomas Connelly on

The morning’s top legal news stories and social media posts

NewspapersLord Justice Fulford did not back paedophile group, inquiry finds [BBC News]

The report exonerating Lord Justice Fulford should be published [The Guardian]

8 career lessons we learnt from talking to the youngest barrister since records began [The National Student]

Job applicants do not need to disclose childhood offences, Supreme Court rules [The Guardian]

I’m going to study law [Twitter]

Miller call to ban ‘revenge porn’: Ex-Culture Secretary wants new law for women to stop ex-partners publishing explicit pictures on the internet [Mail Online]

Lawyer tweets photo of Julian Assange in Ecuador short [Twitter]

Let public into family courts, says top judge: Sir James Munby suggests ‘certain types of family case’ could be held as open hearings [Mail Online]

Court of Appeal rules that their is a legal duty over resuscitation orders [BBC News]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“There was a (female) mini at our chambers once who made a slightly inappropriate jokey comment over lunch on the topic of sexual assault” [Legal Cheek comments]