Reform of the legal profession has always been slow moving. Law, perhaps more than any other discipline, places value on tradition and inherited wisdom - a fact that is best evidenced by the existence of stare decisis. This resistance to change is not because of obstinance but rather, is reflective of the need for certainty in the law. In this week's long read, our online editor submits that nowhere can this slow pace of change be observed more clearly than in the development of LLPs in Ireland.
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