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All cases great and small

All human life is found in the offices of Ireland’s small solicitors, yet they continue to face challenging times

18th January, 2015

On the edge of Dublin Street in Carlow town, past the shopfronts and overlooking the courthouse, sits Clarke Jeffers & Co Solicitors.

It’s 9.30 am. The roads are only recovering from the commuter and schools rush, but managing partner Victor Clarke has been here since 7am. If farmers and local businesses are up at that time, said Clarke, so is he.

Founded by Arthur Jeffers in 1939, Clarke’s father started working for Jeffers in...

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