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The world's tidiest law firm revealed on bonkers website
03 August 2012
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There's a superb entry in the RollOnFriday halls of bonkers law firm websites this week. Say hello to the lawyers of Adnan Buyung Nasution & Partners of Indonesia: who hate any kind of stain with a zealous passion.

The firm is one of largest in Indonesia, and the founder, Adnan Buyung Nasution, is pretty pleased with his firm's success:

    Nasution doing his Rowley Birkin QC impression

But it's the roster of staff which really draws the eye. For some bizarre reason, all are all shown doing the cleaning:

    Whoever Sara is, Narenda is putting her straight in the bin.

Handarbeni hoovers up all the discrimination work
   

    Naning shredding the opposition. And rightly so.

Check out the entire team here. Enjoy.

And if you've spotted a wacky legal website, please do send it in to the usual place.


  

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anonymous user
03/08/2012 09:23
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Inspired. This is so much more interesting than the usual rubbish firms put on their sites. At least this firm has some personality.
anonymous user
03/08/2012 13:13
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Note many of the words are misspelled. Are they indicating they have good attention to detail, or just that they are badly educated?
anonymous user
03/08/2012 14:35
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And along with the inviting offer to hover your mouse on every team member, they have ISO 9001 certification accredited by SGS Yarsley. Any UK firms prepared to put their neck on the block and independently assure the quality of their legal advice? No? Shame.
anonymous user
03/08/2012 16:30
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"And I was very, very, drunk.."
anonymous user
03/08/2012 16:50
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To: Anonymous re misspelling: suspect neither; that is the correct spelling of those words in Indonesian...
anonymous user
04/08/2012 08:18
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If Mr Nasution were really so tidy, the books behind him would be on the shelves, spines up, not on their sides!
anonymous user
05/08/2012 01:10
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I rather get the impression Mr Nasution has pulled these weighty tomes from his shelves in order to peruse them on some delicate point of Indonesian law.

I am sure that he, perusing complete, will place them tidily on his shelves, perhaps even dusting around them, before drafting an Opinion.

anonymous user
05/08/2012 16:28
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SARA*Indonesian*= Pension
anonymous user
08/08/2012 04:31
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Hi All, the words in the pictures are in in Indonesian language. SARA is an abbreviation that can be translated as discriminations based on Indigineous tribes, Religions, Ethnicity and groups and therefore these kind of discriminations need to be thrown away. Diskriminasi can simply be translated as Discrimination. Gratifikasi in this case can be translated as all forms of bribery.