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Subject: Is our legal profession getting too big for its breeches?
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Is our legal profession getting too big for its breeches?
by W. Finnerty. Mon Apr 09, 2007 14:09
In a slightly indirect way, and with the General Election 2007 (Republic of Ireland) in mind, an attempt has been made today to raise this matter with a selection of media organisations.
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