November 2007
Lawyer;11/12/2007, Vol. 21 Issue 44, p84
Trade Publication
The article presents views of readers on issues and topics pertaining to barristers industry in Great Britain. Previously, the Law Society was heavily criticized by the public due to its neglect in caring for little people but it was applauded on its effort in lobbying against China to protect AIM. Lovells opened up the debate again on lockstep review. DLA Piper has plans of working with Hill Dickinson.


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