A fire drill at Chancery Lane last week left shirt-sleeved Law Society staff hopping from foot to foot on the ice outside. Yet there was a roseate glow emanating from a goodly number, particularly in policy – and it wasn’t the cold. ‘Lawyers 5, accountants 2,’ offered one observer, having just been told of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision on the scope of legal professional privilege. The Society, of course, intervened in the case and deserves a share of the plaudits.
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