Alan Shatter is a man on a mission: to change the face of the legal profession in this country. If he succeeds with his controversial Legal Services Bill, the justice minister will have blazed a trail in reforming a system he describes as outmoded. But not without ruffling a few feathers among the legal eagles in the Law Library.
Shatter, 61, doesn't baulk at the prospect of tackling what he describes as "vested interests" in...
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