Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Separated at birth?

A certain facial likeness may not be the only thing that Law Society President Andrew Holroyd OBE shares with film director and actor Ron Howard. Just as Howard directs actors on the film set, Holroyd is using his presidency to direct and encourage lawyers back to the roots of what it means to be a lawyer, i.e. to uphold the rule of law. This is why he is so passionate about the work that the Society has been doing to support lawyers and human rights, not just in Pakistan and Zimbabwe, but also in this country, as clearly came out in his podcast with Charon QC this week, which I would recommend to all readers.

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