Category Archives: Law Society

Class Action against @TheLawSociety and @TheBarCouncil – a new online petition @MoJGovUK

The advent of Social Media includes petition platforms which are an effective medium for gathering support, signatures and mailing lists by ‘opting in’, i.e. free choice. This Class Action against The Law Society and The Bar Council has been initiated … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Internet Media, Law Society, Online Petitions, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

When Public Interest Solicitor Fights the Law Society and Justice Committee @MoJGovUK @UKHomeOffice #Brexit

This remarkable publication in the Public Interest comes in the spirit of Suzon Forscey-Moore RIP who examined UK law practices as an American lawyer. I also remember the video of one victim whose anger pushed him to damage the Law Society’s … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Common Law, Corruption, Home Repossessions, Judges, Law Society, McKenzie Friends, Ministry of Justice, UK Parliament, Victims of white collar crimes, White-Collar Criminals | 17 Comments

@MoJGovUK Victims Complain! From Incompetence to Misconduct in Public Office

Professor David Ormerod, Barrister (Bencher of Middle Temple) is also Professor of Criminal Justice at Queen Mary’s University. On behalf of the Law Commission, he commissioned this Consultation into Misconduct in Public Office – with a deadline for contribution of 20 … Continue reading

Posted in Law Enforcement, Law Society, Legal Remedies, Rule of Law, Secret Justice | 5 Comments

@MoJGovUK “The System” of Professionals is catching up with #Victims of White Collar Crimes and Criminals

The first ‘gagging’ order I received from Swansea Council was a visible fake. But WordPress had taken it seriously and blocked me from updating, until I clarified. Years later, had to assume that Britain’s secret family courts are genuinely trying … Continue reading

Posted in Law Society, Public Interest, Rule of Law, Rule of Money | 3 Comments

MIND THE GAPS – between Online and Mainstream Media, Government and Public @ the House of Commons

Mind the Gaps – between Online and Mainstream Media, Government and Public Tuesday, 15th January, House of Commons, Committee Rooms, 11am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm Globalisation strategist Zbigniew Brzezinski[1] recently identified accelerating social change driven by “instant mass … Continue reading

Posted in Austin Mitchell MP, Corruption, Government, John Hemming MP, Law Society, McKenzie Friends | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 20 Comments

Helping to cover up government crime is the legal profession’s most dangerous weakness

Now that’s a bold statement as a title, isn’t it!? Enjoy the article! We all know about the legal profession covering up what we call ‘white collar crime’. We also know that this covers governmental agencies who are committing such … Continue reading

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The Law Society spent £150,000 to shut down Solicitors from Hell

Here’s the article in The Lawyer that mentions over £170,000 in outstanding judgements and orders against Nick Kordowski who created Solicitors from Hell. And here are the ‘offspring’: Cowboy Solicitors Solicitors from Hell 2 Solicitors from Hell

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