Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 20 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Some Grenfell Tower victims may never be identified, lawyer says [The Guardian]

Charlie Gard: doctors must continue to provide treatment to allow European Court scrutiny [The Telegraph]

Nutella maker wins court battle over rival’s ‘illegal’ palm oil claims [The Guardian]

Collapsed law firm once run by ex-MP had £600,000 debt [The Herald]

‘Strong judiciary’ pledge as Lidington sworn in as lord chancellor [Law Gazette]

Julian Assange cancels announcement from Ecuadorian Embassy balcony following legal advice [Independent]

Prevalence of all-male teams of counsel at Supreme Court “damaging diversity”, research finds [Legal Futures]

Humanist marriage: Legal chief challenges ruling [BBC News]

Three times your millennial law students weirded you out by mistake [Above The Law]

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