Morning round-up: Tuesday 28 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

UK justice system failing defendants with mental health issues — charity [The Guardian]

Barrister Rupert Myers: Being publicly shamed over sexual harassment allegations pushed me to the edge [Evening Standard]

Supreme Court judge disagreed with abortion ruling [BBC News]

PRs use Prince Harry and Meghan Markle engagement to plug umbrellas, law firms and lap dances [Independent]

Confidential law firm files on ‘rapes and details of victims’ found dumped in bin by passer-by [Mirror]

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UK drone users to sit safety tests under new law [BBC News]

Donald Trump’s White House ethics lawyer resigns [Independent]

Partner at Cellino & Barnes ‘threatens to burn offices to the ground’ as messy business split at one of America’s biggest personal injury firms worsens [Mail Online]

STEM Future lawyers events coming up with Clifford Chance and Reed Smith [STEM Future Lawyers]

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