WANTED – A Young Aspiring Lawyer to assign to my claim against Bindmans LLP for breach of contract and negligence.

I sent the following letter to the Solicitors’ Regulatory Authority yesterday.

“Further to my letter of 4th August that I hope you will respond to today I think that I should advise you how I intend to respond to an abdication of responsibility on the part of the Solicitors’ Regulatory Authority if that should be the case.

As I said, I shall put our dialogue into the public domain. At the age of 84, I do not intend myself to pursue my claim against Bindmans LLP. On the other hand, I will indicate that I am prepared to assign all my rights to make such a claim to any young aspiring lawyer who would like to take it on for a peppercorn as consideration.

One way or another this matter should receive the attention that it deserves.

Yours sincerely,

Alan Share MA Oxon

Barrister at Law, non-practising

There was no reply. If there isn’t a positive response in the next 7 days, I shall put into the public domain the entire dialogue. At my age, I shall not myself pursue my claim against Bindmans LLP for £2,500 in the Small Claims Court, but I shall seek a lawyer prepared to assert it. In the Advice that I had paid for, they refused, on grounds of professional protocol, to write a pre-action protocol letter initiating judicial review against the Local Government Ombudsman and, at the same time, also put on written record their view that I was precluded from doing so as well.

For the details of the background to this, please click:  https://goo.gl/3hjC23


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