Good for Selwyn Pieters on following through with his complaint. All resistance is useful.
Ironically, Pieters and his colleagues - lawyer Brian Noble and law student Paul Waldron - were there to deal with a case of racial profiling before the tribunal.
The men were waiting in the lounge when Melissa Firth, a librarian and administrator with the Peel Law Association, approached and "demanded" identification to determine if they were paralegals, who are not allowed in the lawyers' lounge.
No one else in the lounge at the time was questioned.