Monthly Archives: April 2012

Size isn’t everything

The big bang, the watershed moment, whatever you want to call it the legal market is at that pivotal point where everything is about to change. There has been a great deal of focus on the big providers coming into … Continue reading

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Like having your brain smashed out by a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick

Went out to a book launch last night and enjoyed myself far too much at the party. Getting in at 1-10am on a school night is not a good idea especially when bedtime is normally before 10-00pm. I haven’t got a sicky/nasty … Continue reading

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Hold my coat (in the real world)….

Whilst the BSB and the Law Society shove each other in the playground and the others look on shouting “fight, fight, fight” lets have a look at what happens if we substitute an average Chambers for the BSB and their report. Head … Continue reading

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Hold my coat……

There has been an understandable backlash to the recent Bar Standards Board report into Perceptions of Criminal Advocacy. I won’t reiterate what other far more seasoned and perceptive bloggers Richard Moorhead and Louise Restell have said on the subject. Des Hudson, chief executive of the … Continue reading

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