Morning round-up: Wednesday 6 December

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Lord chief justice: judges face increasing torrent of threats and abuse [The Guardian]

Damian Green threatened with legal action by former police officer he accused of lying over porn [The Telegraph]

UK watchdog feared legal action if it published report on RBS [Financial Times]

Justice Secretary whose department cut legal aid for domestic violence victims has found thousands for a SECOND speechwriter [Mirror]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

How to keep millennials in your law firm [City A.M.]

Trump too busy and important to face defamation lawsuit, president’s lawyers claim [The Guardian]

Law student awarded £9k after Ryanair cabin crew member accidentally splashed boiling water on him [Independent]

As more college students say ‘Me Too,’ accused men are suing for defamation [BuzzFeed]

Event: The skills future lawyers need for the new digital world — with RPC, Google and Uber [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I can totally understand if there are reporting restrictions. If there are no restrictions, it is still courteous to let the usher know — ushers are handy friends to have and can often direct you to particularly interesting cases.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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