sunday mail OPINION: Elish's law.
She has shattered the 'glass ceiling' that stops women getting top jobs.
It also means we have someone at the top of the legal system who lives in the real world.
When Elish talks about the need to tackle "stair-heid rammies" it proves two things.
Firstly, that she talks our language and secondly, she understands what ordinary people need the law to do for them.
Her appointment has ruffled feathers in the establishment but Elish won't let that worry her.
She wants to do something about gangs, noisy neighbours and vandals.
That's why she has been given the job. To make sure the law serves the people.
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|Publication:||Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Oct 8, 2006|
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