Morning round-up: Friday 28 July

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Judge writes to teenager to explain why he can’t live with his father [The Telegraph]

Charlie Gard latest: Judge approves plan for terminally ill baby to spend final moments at hospice [Evening Standard]

Home Office breached woman’s human rights in Yarl’s Wood ‘punishment room’ [The Guardian]

Supreme Court ruling on tribunal fees shows unions are a public good [Huffington Post]

Kirkland & Ellis reveals 56% NQ retention result [Legal Cheek]

Partner struck off after settling PI claim for £5,000 then paying client £60,000 in fictitious damages [Legal Futures]

Trump’s tweets on trans soldiers won’t hold up in court [CNN]

OJ Simpson’s lawyer sends cease and desist letter to family of slain Ron Goldman, claiming they threatened him with an ‘unsolicited phone call’ [Mail Online]

BPTC & LPC graduates sought for County Court Advocate roles: Immediate start [Legal Cheek Hub]

“All a bit vague. Name and shame. Which firms is she talking about? Let’s see the evidence.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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