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A barrister sanctioned for talking to the opposing lay client in the absence of their lawyer had switched from criminal to family law and “was simply not on top” of the rules, it has emerged.

We reported earlier this month that Mariam El-Sobky was reprimanded, fined £2,000 and ordered to shadow an experienced family law practitioner for six months.

Read the full article here: Legal Futures

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