DLA's Knowles got £1.7m profit share in 2010-11

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  • "Operations " sounds medical rather than legal - suggest "activities , "would be more apt

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  • Isnt it time that DLA stopped paying Knowles so much for so little? Dont the fee earning partners realise they are being ripped off by Knowles, Angel, Darwin etc?

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  • Swimming in money.

    Isn't it "Sir" Nigel Knowles?

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  • To be precise its Sir Nigel Knowles !

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  • And what does the average support staff member earn ?? Average pay rise last year was 1.25% (ish). As usual the staff that do the work are not rewarded properly.

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  • I say good4 you, you did something and now you have money, i want ot become a lawyer and go into a partnership, i am not sure what i half to achieve but i need some work experience some where that involves law, i enjoy it and i am in year 10.

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  • LBPERRETT, I'm sorry to say that a basic grasp of English and grammar are a good starting point!
    You do not want to be like this chap. It may seem like a great idea now, but you'll sacrifice everything you hold dear for very little other than money. Then, at 55 you'll wake up and think "where did my life go?", by which point it will be too late.

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  • With remuneration like that, certain factions of the country will be demanding Sir Nigel loses his title a la Fred the Shred...

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  • repeating ad naseam a 9 word firm strategy accross the globe for half a decade really takes it out of you and should be rewarded - its tough at the top!

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  • Well, as he got his knighthood at the end of 2008 (apparently for "services" to the legal sector, although the legal sector is still trying to work out what these services were), and then promptly instigated a mass cull of employees at DLA to maintain partner profits,, he sounds like a good candidate to reappraise for his knighthood.

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