Law Society leadership in chaos as solicitors pass no-confidence vote

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  • Are you still here Des?

    It has been two days since the vote of no confidence in you and there has been no statement from you.

    It says it all doesn't it!

    As with every issue you have faced in your role as leader you just bury your head hoping that matters will go away.

    Please do the decent thing either resign or ballot the full membership.

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  • Indeed, the defeaning silence from Mr Hudson et al indicates not only their contempt for the profession but also their lack of moral fibre.

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  • About time the Law Society was completely overhauled.

    It is a slack establishment for years and has contributed to the deterioration of the legal profession, to the point where law is no longer a profession but a commodity.

    Tighter control is needed on the number of people who can practise: the market is overswamped with lawyers; people kidding themselves into believing they can be lawyers and those coming into law to salvage an existence from an ambition elsewhere that never materialised (or never existed / was ill-planned). For example, this tacky 'Graduate Diploma in Law' reduces the integrity and value of the legal profession. Get rid of it!

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