Tuesday December 1, 2020

Any Other Business: Poor solicitors resort to drowning their sorrows

As you know, these are tough times for our many friends in the legal profession, pursued as they are by Alan Shatter and impoverished by clients who refuse to pay.

21st April, 2012
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Alan Shatter: making those solicitors pay. Photo: Tony O'Shea

As you know, these are tough times for our many friends in the legal profession, pursued as they are by Alan Shatter, impoverished by clients who refuse to pay bills, and discommoded by, ah, underperforming investments. Hopefully the annual conference of the Dublin Solicitors Bar Association, details of which have been released and helpfully passed to the AOB legal desk, will enable them to recharge their spirits.

The conference will take place in Bordeaux -...

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