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Steve Cornforth
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Lawyer, Lawyer, Blogger, Writer, www.stevecornforth.com
Lawyer, Lawyer, Blogger, Writer, www.stevecornforth.com

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The Secret Barrister - Get it, read it, share it...NOW
I t is certainly not unheard of for a book written by a
lawyer to make headlines. John Grisham comes to mind and Rumpole of the Bailey
gave me many a happy hour as a student.   But is a rare thing for a book about the practice of law to rise up to
Number 3 ...
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My heartfelt plea for Big Sam to stay as long as possible
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Another career lost - seeing the wood for the trees
I have lost
count of the number of posts that I have written which concern solicitors who have
seen their careers brought to an end through misguided efforts to cover up a
mistake. Today’s case is unusual because it involves an experienced solicitor who
mig...
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LASPO Review and other lessons in missing the point
In April 2013 the Government introduced the legislation
which we all know as LASPO. So dramatic were the changes, that
two phrases in common usage are now Pre-LASPO and Post-LASPO. As far as Access
to Justice is concerned the world was never the same again....
LASPO Review and other lessons in missing the point
LASPO Review and other lessons in missing the point
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Personal injury Work - there is another world out there
A leading player in the world of Personal Injury finance has
predicted that within a few years there be only be about a dozen firms
specialising in this work.  The rest will, presumably, ride into the sunset or retrain in corporate finance... https://www.la...
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Unsung Heroes (4) Alan Harper
'Gray up. Sharp up. Heath up. Now can Harper make it? Yes he
can!!’ Thus went the commentary on 3 rd March 1984 as
Alan Harper finished off a great Everton move to score an unforgettable
equaliser against Liverpool with just a few minutes to go. It is one o...
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