Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Revenge porn laws “not working”, says victims group [BBC News]

Mum was charged with “data protection” offence after using Sarah’s Law to out paedo who moved to her street [The Sun]

Top lawyer ready to take on Jeremy Kyle Show over guest’s death [The Guardian]

Libel trial unsafe because of Leveson judge’s “overbearing” and “bullying” behaviour, Court of Appeal rules [The Telegraph]

Charlotte Proudman: I’ve seen how lawyers’ sexism corrupts justice. This is how to change the industry [The Guardian]

Julian Assange’s belongings “to be confiscated” by US authorities [The Independent]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

New law could ban Britons from visiting terror hotspots in parts of northern Syria [Sky News]

Trump backs abortion in cases of rape or incest, contradicting Alabama law [The Guardian]

How top lawyer’s career made her feel anxious and like an imposter at work [The Sun]

“That’s so patronising. Bullying occurs at all firms, including elite ones. This is such an important discussion and your comment trivialises an important issue. Immature attitudes like yours are the symptom of the underlying snobbishness that makes it acceptable to bully people who are a bit different.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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