In the Media

Law spawns journalism careers for website creators and bloggers

PUBLISHED February 18, 2016

Amid the welter of coverage following David Bowie’s recent death, it emerged that the musician was once a litigation support paralegal. In the late sixties, he worked for Legastat, a company still operating just behind the Royal Courts of Justice in Carey Street. Remarkably, Bowie’s involvement with the law did not stop there: he also made a contribution to the complex arena of securitisation, with his involvement with “Bowie Bonds” in 1997.

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