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I thought that lawyers were regarded as one of the noble professions. Maybe, as with many things, it’s worth doing a reworking of social values to reflect modern conditions and be more modest about ‘nobleness’. Not meaning to stamp on anyone’s corns, but this commentary by Gordon Robinson makes one wonder, again, about the ethics of those who are supposedly mired in ethics in their professional pursuits.

I’ve become distressed at a “worrying trend” which sees some lawyers trying their cases in the media rather than the courts. I don’t like it.

LAWYERS MUST TRY CASES IN COURT (WITH EVIDENCE)!