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Law firm advertising and a tenuous link to the Saatchi Bill

There is something ironic in Lord Saatchi being linked to a law firm with a specialty in medical negligence

23 January 2015

The ability to switch off completely from work after a long hard day in front of a computer screen is a truly impressive skill. Many of us, regardless of our profession, will spend the hours between leaving our desks at dusk and smashing our alarm clocks silent at the crack of dawn thinking about what we have to do the next day, or indeed the day after that.

For me, dear reader, the trek from SJ Towers to the warm embrace of home, via overcrowded tubes and delayed Southern trains, is interspersed with researching potential stories for the next day. That research can involve anything from reading embargoed press releases to scanning social media for something I may have missed during the day. Journalism is hardly a standard 9 to 5, and while some stories can take time to coalesce in your mind, others can end up slapping you right in the face.

Glancing up from my Twitter feed, as I climbed the escalator at London Bridge station last week, I was greeted with an advertis...

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