Examining your doings

Tulkinghorn is bemused by the professions from which people come into the law and by those who leave it to do something totally different. Take Polly Browne, formerly a partner at Gordons Cranswick, who has stumbled on a rather unusual gap in the market – selling charitable Christmas cards to businesses. One wonders how on earth a career in the law could make one an authority on Christmas cards, let alone charity.
If any reader knows of those tempted away by other unusual pursuits, or who can even explain to Tulkinghorn exactly why the law is not more than enough for anyone's life work, please make contact – in strictest confidence, of course.