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“We’re 40% family law – streamlining would be good.  If a case is complex I brief a barrister to research it.   I prefer to do what I can first though.  Something with leading cases would let me retain a matter longer.”

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“Something streamlined would be a good idea.  We need both formats – looseleaf to take to court and online too.” 

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“We are 30-40% family law.  Portability is a good idea, as is a more concise work, as I am not doing family law all the time. The precedents I’m getting never seem that good, and I think their precedent agreements are ordinary.”

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