Richard Barr's columns in Solicitors Journal were light-hearted and entertaining accounts of life as a solicitor in (mostly) regional practice but they are also informative, providing insight into the way in which the profession has changed over the past quarter-century.
The book is being published now, following the closure of SJ as an opportunity to look back over one of the magazine’s most popular features.
It would make an excellent gift for solicitors or anyone with an interest in the law.
Over 40 of Richard’s best-loved columns including “The Lord Chancellor on water skis”, “The cat that came back from the dead”, “Normal for Norfolk”, “Fired!” and “Down Under but not out”
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