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He was struck off the roll of solicitors in the following year.
He was struck off the roll of solicitors soon after, and supported himself from lectures and as a land agent.
In 1987, a Law Society tribunal struck him off the roll of solicitors infringing the solicitors' accounts rules, and improper use of clients' funds.
Choudary became the chairman of the Society of Muslim Lawyers, but was removed from the roll of solicitors (the official register of legal practitioners) in 2002.
He also appeared in 1960 before the Disciplinary Committee of the Law Society, where he succeeded in having Nye removed from the roll of solicitors.
Ward was educated at Magdalen College School in Oxford, and then at the Law Society School of Law; he was admitted to the roll of solicitors in January 1965.
Neale returned to his former career as a solicitor, but was struck off the roll of solicitors by the Law Society of England and Wales in 2002 after admitting allegations of involvement in fraudulent banking transactions.
The penalties available to the Tribunal include striking a solicitor off the roll of solicitors, suspension from practice, the imposition of a money penalty not exceeding £5000, and payment of all or part of the costs of the application.
Baxendale-Walker was struck off the roll of solicitors by the Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal on 11 January 2007, on the grounds that he had a conflict of interest in advising his clients on his own tax schemes.
He held the position of Vice-Chairman and Chairman of the UDC before leaving practice and retiring from public life in 1999 when he consented to the removal of his name from the roll of solicitors.
Mr Davies did not contest an application by the aggrieved client, Mr Parsons, that he should be struck off the roll of solicitors following the reduction on taxation of a grossly inflated and inaccurate litigation bill from £197,000 to £67,000.
He went to Christ's College in Finchley and then University College London to take a law degree as an evening student during his time as an articled clerk to become a solicitor, being admitted to the roll of solicitors in 1955.