Clifford has no regrets over winding road to bar

| 16/05/2012

Charles Clifford by the Court Steps (269x300).jpg(CNS Business): Some twelve years after finishing his Professional Practice Course and a winding road through the police, the civil service and politics, former Cabinet minister Charles Clifford was finally called to the Bar on Friday 4 May. Having completed his articles in judicial administration, the former tourism minister said during his admission speech that he had no regrets about his unusual and circuitous route to the Bar. “I do not regret the deviations that I have taken along this journey to becoming an attorney-at-law. I truly believe that those deviations were for the greater good,” he said before announcing his intention to open his own practice. Read more on CNS Business

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