Essential Christmas reading for the bar

Thu Dec 18 2008

Bar News Summer 08/09 edition is out now. All members should have received copies by now. If your chambers has not received its copies, please contact the Bar Association's publications manager.

The summer edition includes the usual mix of the informing and the distracting. It features articles on the criminal jurisdiction of the Federal Court, appearing before the duty judge in the Equity Division and a report on the Keble College Advocacy Course.

As well, there is the usual coverage of recent developments in the law, legal history, features on life at the bar, practice issues, interviews, book reviews and obituaries. There is also a report on Bullfry in Shanghai.

Bar News is a journal by members, for members. All contributions are welcome and should be addressed to the editor, Andrew Bell SC, DX 377 Sydney.

Good reading and merry Christmas. 18 December 2008

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