Don’t Need A Real Lawyer

An appeal court judge has dismissed a ruling that a failed law school student cannot act as counsel in a civil trial. The decision was written by the same Prince Edward Island judge who earlier faulted “disturbing” fees charged by licensed lawyers: “When a client asks his lawyer for the time of day he doesn’t need to be told how to build a watch.”

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