Turkish palace eyes Mallesons acrobat

By Lawyers Weekly|03 March 2012

It is no secret that the bane of many a lawyer's existence is a demanding client who expects you to bend over backwards to please them.But in the case of this particular young lawyer, bending…

It is no secret that the bane of many a lawyer's existence is a demanding client who expects you to bend over backwards to please them.

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But in the case of this particular young lawyer, bending over backwards - and indeed tying herself into human knots and various other impossibly limber positions - is all part of the package and something which she actually loves to do.

Amy Rowland, a young banking and finance lawyer at Mallesons Stephen Jaques, is no ordinary lawyer with a Saturday golfing habit: she also happens to work part-time as one half of an acrobatic duo named BodyKraft.

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The other half is an equally strong and flexible stockbroker, Matt Young, and such is the nature of their growing popularity that the two have been shortlisted to perform at a wedding in a Turkish palace in Istanbul in front of around 600 guests.

While the identity of the soon-to-be wedded Turkish couple with a penchant for acrobats remains a mystery, Folklaw is slightly envious of the pair's talents, which will no doubt lead them to far-flung and exotic corners of the world.

But don't rely on our commentary - watch them for yourselves!

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