Election 2010: Blue water, but not so clear
It seems the legal profession faces what will in policy terms be by far the most significant general election since 1997 like much of the general public: confused about which way to go. For once, that is not because the election will be of little relevance to the hardened City lawyer; it is a long time since an election campaign has been so heavily focused on issues directly affecting the Square Mile.
The 2010 election promises to be the most significant for business for a generation, but City lawyers remain uncertain of its impact. Alex Novarese assesses the key policies for the profession and gauges the mood among legal veterans
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