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Have any of you ever cited a case in a hearing/trial to the presiding magistrate or judge, which involved them where they were overruled? In particular where they had a clear error of law

Would love to hear your stories on how they took it, or whether they realised at all

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外围体育投注Genuinely curious as to why lawyers stick it out for so long in jobs that they hate. I’ve worked in firms with colleagues who were suffering from serious mental health issues as a result of work, yet stayed at those firms for as long as ten years. Surely it can’t be due to a lack of choice, when there are public sector and in house opportunities available? What’s keeping you there?

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