By Michael Timms30 October 2017
I read with sympathy the letter headed ‘Why is my son paid a pittance?’. The answer, however, is very simple: market forces.
I am told that when I qualified in 1969 there were about 26,500 practising solicitors in England and Wales. There are now over 140,000 (news, 23 October).
Michael Timms, Dudley
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