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You need the Roman Reigns We Believe Shirt right cases. And specialize in the right areas of law. Some barristers will earn a fortune some will scrape by. In the limited case of a barrister who just takes public cases I can see there is a bit of an issue but to just say barristers are paid less per hour then McDonald’s staff is quite frankly an insult to everyone’s intelligence and to those genuinely on low wages with no way of subsidizing that wage with very lucrative private work.
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It’s difficult to think of any self-respecting Barrister even getting out of bed for a Roman Reigns We Believe Shirt salary of less than that of a GP of a couple of years experience, or a jet aircraft Captain University Lecturer. The Barristers I know of, are doing very well thank you. Are they expecting sympathy with what they charge? It’s a joke. Could not work in McDonald’s, too much like hard work and too hot for me. This affects a significant proportion of the UK population.
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The legal profession went on strike to protest as, if this continues people will leave are leaving the profession as they cannot afford to continue in public service. No way one quick observation find out where they live and most fast food takeaway employees don’t earn in a lifetime to buy a house a barrister lives in and what car they drive and if a barrister was earning £8 an hour and have a lifestyle they have it’s a time they were prosecuted for money laundering. High profile barristers get paid a lot. Look at the dark destroyer on the chase he probably gets paid more doing that.
They are paid by case, not like solicitors, paid per letter sent and hours done. Solicitors spend months and years on things. And what does the McDonalds employee take home after his work and travel expenses are taken out? Typical crap statistical comparison. While the Roman Reigns We Believe Shirt law can be an incredibly lucrative profession, especially in the private sector where they often bill by the hour, barristers in public criminal cases funded by the state face a different prospect.