UK lawyers less wealthy than Bric counterparts

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  • A fascinating encapsulation of facts and insights about our world which will no doubt enrich readers' lives and make them appreciate the beauty of the universe. Keep it up The Lawyer! Why not titivate us further by providing a table of lawyer earnings / GDP per capita for every country, town and city in the world?

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  • This is surely a good thing. Income inequality in the developing world is obviously inevitable, and will be until those economies are matured and 'developed'. However you seem to present this as a good thing? How can greater income inequality be a good thing?

    Nominally, we still earn far more, and I'm happy to say I don't live in a country with widespread poverty (I don't have my eyes closed, but poverty in the UK is not comparable to poverty in, say, Brazil or India). Nor do I have to engage in any corruption to earn my money.

    The curve will plateau as the legal services markets in the BRICS, like every market, matures.

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  • An intriguing idea.

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