Call for 'Hall of Fame'

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  • Hall of Fame nomination

    Geoffrey Voss QC. Obviously he is very eminent now in a whole variety of ways. He has transformed his own practise, and in some respects the reputation of the Chancery Bar, from something obscure and old fashioned to something modern and commercial.

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    Lord Mackay - The last proper lord chancellor we have had for 20 years

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  • ALLY McBEAL??????

    Hardly!!! If ever there was a creature who was single handedly responsible for the diabolical myth that intelligent women can only work in a professional environment with a dizzy unfocussed mind merely by wearing a short skirt and setting her clutches on the married and/or senior partners in the firm, then she was it.


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  • Hall of Fame - Don't forget ILEX!

    With their profile (and numbers) ever increasing how about acknowledging the role that Legal Executives have managed to carve out for themselves? Studying whilst working, often women returning to work with few formal qualifications, they have managed to build careers despite the many hurdles, lack of recognition and career advancement that has been on offer. In particular, Caroline Greathead, one of the founder members of the Solicitors for the Elderly. She has become recognised as a champion and leader in the fight for the protection of the rights of elderly clients.
    Working with organisations such as Age Concern, Alzheimer’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Downs Syndrome.
    She is a fine example to us all, demonstrating that at its core law should never be all about the money!

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  • Sir Arthur Watts

    Simply the best

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