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Statistics: 800 years old in 2015
Relationship status: It’s complicated
Relationship sought: Love, justice and truth
Favourite quote: “The spirit of justice and truth is the kind of attention that is pure love”
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In my own words: Relationships are the foundation of the legal profession; the heart at the centre of the machine. Without clients there would be no lawyers, so it is not an exaggeration to suggest that achieving justice is in part about successful management of relationships.
At June’s ReInvent law conference, Dana Denis-Smith put forward the suggestion that the legal profession could stand to learn from the on-line dating industry.
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