Legal folk keeping it legal on a date
RollOnFriday wants to hear your best and worst lawyer dating stories. The winning entry, whether it be a fairy-tale romance, tragicomedy or horror, will bag £100 towards a date with a lawyer on Lawyr.
Let us know if you've been smitten by a barrister role-playing in horsehair wig, or subjected to a partner regurgitating the Companies Act over a candle-lit dinner, or concerned by a solicitor recording their time in an intimate moment.
Please get in touch here with your stories. We'll publish the better ones. You can keep it anonymous, of course.
If you want to be in with a chance to win £100, please provide your email address. Of course, lockdown will ease at different rates in different jurisdictions but we’re good for the cash whenever you can get out.
To those who are new to RollOnFriday's subtle plugging of Lawyr - it's a dating app that was released last month to joy, amazement, incredulity and some horror, all because it requires one half of any matching couple to be in the legal sector.
Legal types can match with other legal folk who understand their pain, or with people outside the sector. But civilians are forbidden from dating civilians - it's only the strict hand of the law for them.
Since the launch, the app has been downloaded around the world (most of all in Canada for some reason - a Mountie always gets his man).
If in doubt about your appeal, know that studies have proven that 75% of people in the legal community would date someone else in the sector, quite possibly you.