Firm refusals for escorts

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Firm refusals for escorts

Apparently Aussie lawyers are not quite as laid back as Tulkinghorn had thought – quite literally. A Sydney escort agency with the name ‘Miss Fleiss’ has, over the past three or four years, approached almost every law firm in the city for representation, and sadly been turned down. “Firms fear our clients may be their […]

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