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  • “If he does, then he should be expected to front up in May when [Supreme Court Justice] Lawrence Collins retires and the vacancy arises. Why should the Supreme Court be short-handed for nine months for his convenience and financial benefit?”

    Clown - clearly not a disgraceful state of affairs. Even when judges move from the High Court to the CoA there is a delay. The judge has to complete outstanding business before he can move.

    JS is no different. In fact, if he were not to represent a client who has already asked him to take on the case a disgraceful state of affairs would ensue. Wake up and smell the coffee of commercial reality.

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