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Anon @ 1124
I operate in a niche areas at a small firm so I am ok.
I have told my son who is far brighter than I, that he should only be a solicitor if he is prepared to work at a large firm possibly in the city. His grades suggest he will make it and he has been swayed by the £££**.
Anyone else - forget it. Even me in my niche area could make more not as a solicitor.
Access to justice forget it. Those who will be left when SRA management are drawing pensions that we have all paid into will be the idiots of the profession. There will be nothing left. They are so stupid enjoying their away days, training days, sick days and flexi days that they just don't see it. Everyone but them is wrong and stupid!
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