Let's play master and servant: the curious relationship between barrister and clerk
"There is a well-known clerking phrase 'when a barrister is busy it’s because they are brilliant, when they are quiet it’s because their clerk isn’t doing enough'..."
You might have assumed that the title of this post is something to do with Fifty Shades of Grey, or one of the many other questionable publications advertised at train stations. However, thankfully this is instead all about the curious relationship betwixt barrister and clerk.
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