At last, City firms could get their own regulator

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    I actually do practice in Kent, aspiring to the local Magic Circle, and the only white shoes we have are plimsoles. But the last laugh is on us; we can still have lunch and get back to the office without the spectre of redundancy clutching our throats. Oh, and Field Grieb are a local player albeit recently strated up. Come on you men of Kent!

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    I do agree that law firms should write off season ticket loans. They're making you go, so they should bear the cost. After all, very few larger firms which offer season ticket loans are on their uppers, they're making redundancies to keep the partners (who get to stay, I know in some cases partners are also victims) rich.

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    So long as there are those wiling to be leveraged there will be those who can and will profit from that compliance. It would be mutinous surely for Associates to act in unison to ensure that their interests are balanced with those of the owners of the firms they serve in.

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    i hear that associates will be able to work elsewhere on the fifth day, so long as it isn't for another law firm. guess we will be seeing lawyers behind the bar rather than in front of it.

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