David Bowie, the paralegal

By Lara Bullock|12 January 2016
london

As the world mourns the passing of music legend David Bowie, the British musician's short stint as a paralegal has come to light. 

David Bowie, who died of cancer on Sunday aged 69, worked as what’s now known as a paralegal for a year in the 1960s, according to Legal Cheek.

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Mr Bowie spent part of 1968 and 1969 working at litigation support firm Legastat Limited doing document review-style tasks to earn some extra cash.

Legastat Limited was, and still is, located on Carey Street in London – close to Lincoln’s Inn and the Royal Court of Justice.

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So as Folklaw farewells the great Ziggy Stardust, it will also pay tribute to David Bowie, the paralegal. 

David Bowie, the paralegal
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