Solicitors from Heaven and Hell: the Ethical Divide or Listening to one’s Conscience

Solicitors from Hell came into disrepute since the webmaster could be ‘bought’ to strike names off his list.

So now we have positive discrimination with this website Solicitors from Heaven.


About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is
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3 Responses to Solicitors from Heaven and Hell: the Ethical Divide or Listening to one’s Conscience

  1. esworth says:

    Although I find your website interesting still you are not doing much good for us members of the public, As i had tried ti get a Solicitor from your organisation without any success so, where is the help that you are offering, Something must be very very wrong, if one cannot obtain Justice from HEAVEN.

    • I’m afraid it’s all only word of mouth among individuals volunteering to help each other.

      We are not set up to find the right solicitor for the right kind of case in the right kind of place, I’m afraid.

  2. After Divorce in 1999 my ex and i seek mediation and agreed the terms we then forwarded the document to our Solicitors after which i the man was committed to prison and have my house taken away and i received nothing, Now after making a SAR i have found out that the Court have the Mediation agreement reached by my ex and i on the Court file for 12 years and done nothing but have me committed to prison and take my home away leaving me with nothing.

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