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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Professor Plum

A ‘lawyer’ explains what you should do if your photos are on line by disemboguing drivel devoid of legal content.
But the article did drivel fair to both genders and warned if you follow the drivel the ‘lawyer’ advised you could end up with a firestorm of photos online.
If you want legal advice , you should seek out a lawyer not a driveller


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