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Good news for monoglots everywhere: yesterday the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that a lawyer does not have to speak the language of the country they want to practise in. You can read more about this here, but right now we’re intrigued by the implications. Is this yet another reason for the Brits not […]

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