Should lawyers get named and shamed for being boring? – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted December 5th, 2011 in barristers, news, pleadings by sally

“Every so often, a judge gets so infuriated with the prolixity of an advocate that he has a real go at him in the resulting judgment, and this solicitors negligence case is a good example. However, this judge spiced up his reasoning with a tale of how long-winded advocates were treated in the past when their legal documents went on too long.”

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UK Human Rights Blog, 5th December 2011