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Park Court senior clerk defects to Byrom Street

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The Law Society’s independent commissioner last week concluded three years of work examining complaints-handling by praising the society’s progress, but recommended more work in the future. In his valedictory report, Sir Stephen Lander outlined changes the Law Society has made, but said: “I believe there’s room for development in a number of areas.” Lander was first appointed […]

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