Sterling work from the Daily Mail today, which has published an article taken from the Evening Standard and still manages to get everything wrong.
First up, Norton Rose Fulbright.
Perhaps Norton Rose Fulbright should have another 'f'. It should be 'full'. Because what's a 'ful'? You've got a nor, a ton, a rose and a bright, so clearly the firm was intending for every syllable to comprise a complete word.
Not that RollOnFriday is at all perect, DM reporter, but you're also missing an 'and' in there.
Next, it's that famous UAE institution, White & Case.
What the hell, let's screw up a couple of universities. The most famous ones please.
As RoF's media tipster noted, it's otherwise a nice story about leaving law for a different life. Probably safest to get it from the Standard though.
NB this was not written by the DM's other reporter on the law beat, who confused a lawyer with his client and wrote a whole piece on a solicitor with a full-face tattoo.