Senior clerks leave in Hardwicke restructure

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  • If Hardwicke Bldg's aim is to break into the Lawyers top 20, getting rid of their senior clerks suggest that they havent a clue what they are doing. We'll see in 5 years time.

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  • Anyone who's ever met the formidable Amanda Illing will understand she knows EXACTLY what she's doing. I have no doubt that she will make sure they do reach those goals, about which they were serious enough to remove the old guard of clerks. Just watch this space!

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  • The comment above that "getting rid of their senior clerks suggest that they havent a clue what they are doing" reflects precisely the atttitude that defines 'medicristan' (per Black Swan) and puts one in mind of the fact that the thing about turkeys is that they don't know Christmas is coming. Hardwicke are only doing what even those who know what needs doing and yet dare only whisper about.

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  • Having seen what happened at her previous chambers, I suspect Amanda Illing does know exactly what she's doing! I fully expect Hardwicke to go from strength to strength, they got a real catch there.

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  • Hardwicke's gain is Matrix's loss! The other sets need to look out - Hardwicke have got a star.
    The real question is what Matrix can do to avoid sinking into mediocracy...

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  • Its not the job title but what people do that is important. Good clerks are hard to find.

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