From the daily archives:

Saturday, August 27, 2011

#267: 1980, Peter Brown, Can’t Be Love (Do It To Me Any Way)

August 27, 2011

I’ve just spent a couple of days in my beloved home town of Llandudno – it was where I grew up, it is a place full of the most wonderful memories for me, it is the one place I can genuinely say that I know like the back of my hand. Sadly, the place I […]

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The slow lingering death of the traditional criminal barrister

August 27, 2011

There are about 6,000 criminal barristers in the UK; that is 6,000 traditional wig wearing Rumpole wannabes. Those numbers have increased markedly over the last couple of decades, and as a result there are now, it has to be accepted, more barristers than there are criminals to provide them with work. There are two reasons […]

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