Lawyers: get your Royal Wedding package

By Lawyers Weekly|03 March 2012

The level of interest amongst the legal community in 2011's big Royal Wedding is simply appalling. Folklaw has noticed a distinct lack of conversation about Will and Kate's nuptials at recent…

The level of interest amongst the legal community in 2011's big Royal Wedding is simply appalling.

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Folklaw has noticed a distinct lack of conversation about Will and Kate's nuptials at recent legal events, with the biggest wedding since Diana and Charlie barely rating a mention, or even causing a blip on the radar of the legal community's priorities.

What's the problem lawyers of Australia? Has watching The King's Speech turned you off all things regal? Have we all grown cynical about the sanctity of marriage? Is Kate simply not stylish enough?

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Thankfully, a British PR company is ramping up the conversation, urging lawyers to get in quick to book their Royal Wedding packages.

Folklaw received the press release last week. A number of high-end, centrally located hotels - nice and close to the London legal district also we hear - are welcoming Australian lawyers keen to take part in Kate and Will's big day.

The package includes airport transfers and a picnic hamper to be enjoyed from one of the lavish TV screens that will be established around the city to watch the event. Really, it's everything a lawyer needs to make the day special.

Just remember to book the return airfares and accommodation in advance.

Lawyers: get your Royal Wedding package
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