Linklaters mourns death of London associate

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  • So sad that a young and promising talent died so tragically. My sorrows go out to his family.

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  • very very sad indeed. My thoughts are with this family and wfe. A very cruel act of fate.

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  • How sad. I remember bob from A&O and he was a lovely guy. A tragedy.

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  • This is tragic and my thoughts go out to family and friends.

    Not entirely sure why The Lawyer thinks this is an appropriate/relevant story for it to be reporting.

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  • Or why you feel the need to respond.

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  • this is so sad to read about, he worked at the same firm my sister works at, and our lawyers in the UK work under too much stress, my condolenses to his wife and family at this sad time

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  • It's a very, very sad situation for his wife, friends, family and colleagues.
    I'm not sure what the reference to 'too much stress' is about in the post above though.

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  • I'm always saddened to read accounts such as the above. Talented people with everything to live for. I hope readers will start to observe patterns and, those working in the Magic Circle, will be especially observant where colleagues are struggling.

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  • If two of the recent posts are truly saddened, it might be better not to make implications as to the reasons for this tragedy.

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  • This is terribly sad to hear about a young man. Referring to the above comment, my experience always was that nobody has time or seems to care about the welfare of colleagues - just as long as the job gets done on time and the profits roll in.
    My condolences to his family and lets hope this may cause a turn around in attitudes. One thing is though that we do not really know that it had anything to do with his job.

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