Regulation: Waiting for the man
Lawyers are anxiously awaiting the results of the Clementi report, which is set to make a huge impact on the way the legal profession is regulated and represented. James Lumley explains the proposed changes
It is 2010. Your law degree is under your belt. You have done all the right things and have now started your training contract at a good commercial law firm. Photocopying is a drag but, onwards and upwards, and one day you too might join the million-a-year-club. Or will you?
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