[quote] 87% of ignorant twats have found it to be of use.
The other 13% of ignorant twatdom were too busy complaining about Marc Anthony singing the National Anthem to notice.
British men are so fucking ugly. It's astounding. These "hot" men featured in this article are, with perhaps three exceptions, below average. I'd love to put a list of hot NYC lawyers next to this pathetic list.
R8 is correct. The lawyers in England must be exceptionally ugly if THESE are the hottest lawyers there.
These men are all handsome...some of us like the Colin Firth/Mark Darcy types, rather than something that looks dirty and covered with oil and tramp stamps.
England has two kinds: barristers and solicitors. Solicitors are not considered as high class. More hotties, of course.
You have to be a really big slut to make this list.
Not a looker in the bunch, silly cunt OP.
I liked #21 (I try [italic]harder[/italic]) Chris Martin (sorry Gwap), I don't know why. He just looks cute to me.
I know a British barrister who is much hotter than all of the guys on that list -- very hot body and handsome face. I'm somewhat surprised that he didn't make it since he is somewhat well known around London and has done a bit of modeling.
[quote] I know a British barrister who is much hotter than all of the guys on that list -- very hot body and handsome face. I'm somewhat surprised that he didn't make it since he is somewhat well known around London and has done a bit of modeling.
[quote] Not a looker in the bunch, silly cunt OP.
You are cordially invited to LICK ME WHERE I SHIT.
Honey, I'd have to push your mama out of the way-- no thanks!
Barristers appear in court for their clients. Solicitors brief the barristers, and do all the leg work to get a case ready to go to trial.
I want to see some leg work from these guys.
And some ass work
and some dick work
11 and 18 - Barristers are basically trial lawyers who may also provide highly expert legal advice while solicitors just work for a law firm. The UK and a few Commonwealth nations like Australia, NZ, South Africa and India are the only nations which still divide lawyers up between the two brances. Traditionally barristers were the senior branch of the profession, like surgeons and GPs. However the distinction is beginning to break down in the UK, with solicitors now able to appear in court as solicitor advocates and some barristers now joining law firms rather than working from barristers' chambers. Many barristers who do legal aid and publically funded work also earn nothing like the sums of their solicitor counterparts who work for corporate law firms!
Solicitors in commercial firms can earn a ton more than barristers. Also many barristers work in provincial chambers, making a living from child custody cases etc (it isn't ''high class" at all).
21 Indeed, while commercial barristers and those who take on corporate disputes can earn millions a year, those who do legal aid can be earning no more than around £40,000 at the top of their career after paying chambers' fees etc and when they start out they barely earn more than minimum wage
I just want their fat uncut cocks ramming and slamming in me.
23 Thankyou for your contribution to the discussion on the English legal profession, most profound!
Yes, I am litigious about long members ramming my boicooter.
Hell, I should move to England. If some of them are considered hot I could be too.