This… from The White Rabbit.. I like!

The rabbit was hopping down High Holborn this lunchtime after returning from a visit to the Big House aka Her Majesty’s Prison Feltham when he spotted the above young lady with her billboard. Just in case it’s not clear to all from the pic it reads:
ARE YOU LOOKING
FOR A MOTIVATED
AMBITIOUS, TALENTED
LEGALLY TRAINED
EMPLOYEE?
APPLY HERE TODAY
It struck me that for a qualified lawyer (her name is Annie and she is an Australian qualified lawyer who spent a number of years in the New South Wales Attorney-General’s Office) to be standing in the street with a billboard looking for work is (a) a sign of the times (b) a sign of optimism and (c) shows guts.

Soooooo …. A rabbit appeal is in order. Any lawyer reading this and needing a  paralegal should get in touch with Annie at e-mail annie_sobby@live.com.au - she said it was okay for me to put her e-mail addy up here. Or contact the rabbit via e-mail addy on my profile page. I have a cv for her that can be scanned and e-mailed. Like all sensible people she is presently based in Croydon. And no, I have never met her before and do not expect to meet her again.

Read more…. at The White Rabbit…. in fact…. always a good idea to read The White Rabbit!

9 thoughts on “This… from The White Rabbit.. I like!

  1. Oh wow thank you Charon QC… I do hope I find a position…
    And many thanks to the people of London who smiled at me. I felt ridiculous but the smiles and well wishes kept me going till 7:30pm!

  2. It struck me that for a qualified lawyer (her name is Annie and she is an Australian qualified lawyer who spent a number of years in the New South Wales Attorney-General’s Office) to be standing in the street with a billboard looking for work is (a) a sign of the times (b) a sign of optimism and (c) shows guts.

    In the new social engineering, the second underclass [one step above the chavs and permanent unemployed, is the professional who’s fallen off the wheel. She is one of these.

  3. It is with a heavy heart that I have decided that London might not be the right time or place for me to begin my legal career. With the high rate of unemployment amongst British people why would a UK firm consider me? I was hoping that my little stunt would set me apart and prove what I am capable of when I am determined.
    But I can’t continue my stay here. With my savings running low and no light in this dark tunnel, I think it would be a better move if I put this London dream to rest and open my eyes to its reality.
    At least I can say I tried and I know I did.
    I thank you Charon and the White Rabbit for your help in giving me a spot on your blog pages. Your bits of advertising did help. And thank you to the people of London for your encouragement and wishes of luck. Who knows where my future will take me but I hope that it will bring me back to this amazing and vibrant land.

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