The Lawyer Awards Winners

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  • To the brainwashed Londo-centric weasle who posted today at 3.36pm anonymously I'd say: yes, we have got work to do - we're taking yours as we have better systems, better prices and a better client profile. We don't need to sack everyone to keep our PEP from crashing through the floor - we earn ours through fairly priced fees not from sending trainees to the workhouse

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  • the trouble with you provincials is you moan too much. London is a WORLD CITY only rivalled by New York. Get back to Preston or Solihull, 'tards.

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  • Mr X's friend, the craic's hardly great in Belfast given that its legal sector is circling the drain. Virtually every trainee from last year, and no doubt this year, is working for free and getting no worthwhile experience.
    Everyone involved seems to be turning a blind eye too, I'd imagine the wave of bankrupt newly qualifieds in the next few years will be having the craic indeed.

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  • Angela - a passing reference to where?

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  • I see from The Lawyer Awards "Chambers of the Year" citations that Hardwicke Building (3rd place) "has repositioned itself as a business with the sole aim of growing profitability". No suggestion of seeking justice, then?

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