Trucking giant Eddie Stobart enters legal market with barristers business

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  • GREAT NEWS FOR PROSPECTIVE TRAINEES AND THE JUNIOR BAR EH !!!

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  • Trucking hell!

    A concerned barrister

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  • WTF? Is this a belated April Fools. Making a mockery of the profession.

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  • In other words more or less E. Stobart sets up own chambers formed of two distinctive parts barristers and admin staff just like the other chambers. Brilliant!
    Surely E. Stobart go straight to barristers traditionally becasue they have the "solicitors" part covered in-house. What about a smaller firm without a capable in-house solicitor?

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  • I look forward to extending my lorry spotting motorway game to Court waiting rooms as barristers sport that familiar green livery and no doubt each bearing a distinctive lady's name as they speedily go about their cases

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  • Does this not mean Solictors only do work that's suitable for paralegals?
    Its lucky the bar has such innate interpersonal skill
    Arf!

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  • I'm not having this. I shall be straight down to Frank's Garage to buy the biggest van he has and I will advertise my services - Law Man With Van. If Stobbart wants a war then I'll give him a war.

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  • @Unhappy Trucker
    "And just to make sure that all bases are covered I am gonna make the Law Van a convertible one". - Now that should send the right message.

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  • e stobart are simply the best

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  • I am going to set up in France as an Avocat with Norbert Dentressangle!

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