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18/12/2007

amicitia reverto (sic)

So, Belle de Jure and Lawyer-2-be, although apparently tired of being respectively scandalously homophonic and hyphenated, are back. I somehow thought it was only a matter of time before one or both broke cover.

Now conjoined, although thankfully not declined, and newly latinate, their fresh venture, Reductio ad Absurdum, should be a blog for lawyers with a hinterland, always assuming there be such a thing.

For myself, I have no Latin, or indeed Classical Greek, the lack of which makes me neither proud nor ashamed. I could once, however, play the oboe and explain hermeneutics. Preferably not at the same time.

Giles Peaker is a solicitor and partner in the Housing and Public Law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors in South London. You can find him on Linkedin and on Twitter. Known as NL round these parts.

1 Comment

  1. advocatus diaboli

    A whole post dedicated to us – how kind! Glad to see you are still a ‘constant’ in the blogosphere! My own Latin is a bit dodgy – I recall studying nothing more exciting or intellectual than Cornelius et Davus in my own school days (more years passed than I care to remember!)… AD :-)

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