Morning round-up: Thursday 31 July

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By Thomas Connelly on

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

newspapers3UN condemns IDF attack on sleeping children as violation of international law [The Guardian]

Ten of the best student jobs [The Telegraph]

Lord Chancellors should be legally qualified, Lord Judge says [Legal Futures]

Legal aid: opinion poll reveals only one in four backs cuts [The Guardian]

Supreme Court calls time on Greek yoghurt food fight [The Lawyer]

Human trafficking activists welcome supreme court ruling on compensation [The Guardian]

Arsenal lose High Court case over amount of concerts held at Emirates Stadium [The Telegraph]

No appeal over Rolf Harris sex offences sentence [BBC News]

Cameras to film Court of Appeal rulings at Canterbury Crown Court with Britain’s top judge Lord Thomas hearing cases [Kent Online]

‘Marilyn Monroe’ makes surprise appearance at solicitor’s birthday celebrations [Slough & South Bucks Express]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Jack of Kent vs Not Amused on the subject of access to the profession! I’m genuinely excited.” [Legal Cheek Comments]