Monday, 15 February 2010

CV?

To put or not to put, that I have now probably assisted over 70 people with preparing for 'fare evasion' cases on my CV...

Hmm.. I'm sure its similar to some kind of FRU work.

6 comments:

Michael said...

That's a tricky one, Lost. But overall, I'd say put stick it on! :-)

Lost said...

Not entirely sure it would go down with chambers very well!! Ah well its all hoping for the PhD scholarship at the moment!

Android said...

If you call it something like 'giving advice to people dacing unfair criminal actions by the transport department' or something, it's perfectly legit and even sounds impressive! :D

Android said...

P.s. Garden Court would love it! :D

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