n Without Prejudice - Confessions of a white lawyer : the law

Volume 13, Issue 8
  • ISSN : 1681-178X


I have a confession to make. I plead guilty as charged. I admit that I am a white male establishment lawyer. I practised for 35 years as a partner of a prominent attorneys firm specialising in the field of intellectual property law (IP). Thereafter, upon retirement, I became a Professor of IP Law. This makes me a member of that heinous and much vilified group of lawyers who are charged with the crime of wishing to preserve its privileged position and, therefore, overtly or covertly operating against transformation in the legal profession and willing to practice deceit and manipulation in order to achieve its goal. On this charge I plead .

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