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Challenging women

Assael’s way of working has given his practice a different profile from most. Keen to make contact with him at the recent Little Britain Challenge, one specialist consultant did not have much trouble, despite having no idea what he looked like. ‘I just looked for a boatful of women,’ she said.

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