Contempt for Lawyers Causing Boycott?

by Henry Makow Ph.D. – Feb 10, 2013 

Public contempt for lawyers is reaching the point where an informal boycott seems to have started in Canada and the USA.  
“I am not so much afraid of being the victim of a crime,” a Canadian recently wrote recently. 
“My fear is being the victim of the most slow, inefficient, expensive, absurd, complicated and unjust bureaucracy ever invented by any country anywhere – the Canadian legal system.”
The comment was in response to an announcement Thursday that the 18,000-member Ontario Bar Association is launching a campaign to persuade people that, far from parasites, lawyers are “actually problem-solvers, pillars of their communities and an indispensable cog in a healthy democracy.”


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