Morning round-up: Tuesday 24 March

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By Legal Cheek on

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

newspapers4Amanda Knox’s supporters expect her to be found guilty of murder for third time this week as Italy’s top court rules on death of Meredith Kercher [Mail Online]

Frances Crook: Banning me from prisons won’t silence the truth [The Guardian]

Tributes paid to solicitor, 27, hit by car on bypass [BBC News]

Sexism and Silicon Valley: now Twitter faces gender discrimination lawsuit from software engineer Tina Huang [The Independent]

Do men cook their own meals? [Twitter]

Judge rules Gibson Dunn partner “deliberately misled court” with falsified evidence [The Lawyer]

Death row inmates in Utah can now be executed by firing squad [Sky News]

US prosecutor issues public apology for sending to death row innocent man [The Independent]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Private client paralegal at South East based firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“I would not want to work for someone whose judgment is this clouded. This will do his firm’s application volume wonders, I’m sure.” [Legal Cheek Comments]