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How much would you like to pay?

On Monday I was presenting a seminar in Leicester in the afternoon. I took the train and then a taxi to the venue.

 

I got in the first taxi in the queue waiting outside the station. After I told the driver the destination, he said "How much do you want to pay?"

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Christmas and families

In this period between Christmas and the New Year, I tend to go to the office to catch up on my paperwork. I consider it to be my quiet time to clear those bits of paper from my desk and tidy up a bit.

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Advocacy

This week I have been in London and Norfolk delivering courses for CLT.

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Marriage and divorce statistics

It caught my eye in an article on the BBC website that there seems to be a generally accepted idea that the divorce rate is on the increase, without any in depth consideration of what factors might influence the numbers.

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Myths, Divorce myths and statistics

You've all heard the one about people getting divorced in January haven't you?

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The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers

Whether a world without lawyers is likely to be good or bad is a matter for speculation for the time being, although after April 2013 we will certainly see a different legal services landscape.

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