There is so much to write on weekends that I invariably forget most of it - in time to save myself from a keyboard injury! Attorneys have been sending me articles on the Law Society of England allowing referral fees, others referring me to some recent cases. More on this in the future.
What I thought to raise today though was the President's annual report with specific reference to any complaints one receives about either services or fees. Ronald Bobroff, the former President (Mohammed Husain was voted in at the AGM) writes:
Members whose matters are to come before wither of these two Committees are encouraged to enquire as to the make up of the Committee and to object if the Committee in question is inappropriately comprised.
Earlier he states, along the same lines, "It is absurd that a conveyancer should sit in judgment on a medical negligence matter...."