Hanley's sets new food precedent

It has been legal groundhog week. The legal profession has been getting flak and I'm in another of its eating haunts near the Four Courts.

12th February, 2005

It has been legal groundhog week. The legal profession has been getting flak and I'm in another of its eating haunts near the Four Courts. Liam Lawlor returned to the news too, this time trying to make €2.5 million out of Adamstown's effluent to cover his legal fees. Who's up a creek without a gavel now?

I was meeting a flame-haired legal mate to hear her gossip on her learned friends. How do they survive...

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