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I have heard the term non-lawyer used throughout my career but recently I have found its use jarring. Here is someone that is often vastly more qualified than me in their chosen field and who has spent years in the legal industry but is first described to me as a non-lawyer. It is a level of clarification which, in my view, is unhelpful, unnecessary and often derogatory.

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