Everything Everywhere lawyer relaunches Lawyers' Secular Society

Chadderton, Sam
January 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);1/7/2013, p15
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The article reports that in-house lawyer Charlie Klendjian of the law firm Everything Everywhere Ltd. has relaunched the Lawyers' Secular Society (LSS) in Great Britain. The organisation was originally set up by 1 Chancery Lane barrister Carla Revere, but had lapsed before Klendjian took on the secretary role late in 2012. Klendjian on the other hand is encouraging legal professionals to join the organisation, which helps people and groups campaign against religious privilege.


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