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Sally Clark allowed to practice as a solicitor



Sally Clark, the solicitor cleared of killing her two baby sons, has been told she can practise law again. Mrs Clark was suspended from the Roll of Solicitors in 2001 by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal after she was jailed for life for murder in 1999. The 38-year-old, from Wilmslow, Cheshire, was freed by the Court of Appeal in January after it found her conviction was unsafe. Her suspension from the roll has now been quashed by the administrative court, allowing her to resume her career as a solicitor. A spokesman for the Law Society said: “We can confirm that Sally Clark is now free to work as a solicitor as of 19 February.” …