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    Tuesday
    Jun082010

    Tulkinghorn

    Revered Justinian columnist Tulkinghorn unpicks the jargon and posturing that glues the legal profession together in its mission to make more work for itself. Everything from the profession's billing practices, special pleading, judicial protection rackets and inequality before the law are in his sights. Tulkinghorn has practised as a private lawyer, a prosecutor and an academic. He also has a fine grasp of legal history and from where the modern law came.