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Briefing a Barrister

Working With Barristers - Law Society of NSW (86 pages)

Anthony J. H. Morris QC has authored the Article " Briefing Barristers: Ten Ways to Make the Experience a Happier One that is available from his web site Lex Scripta.

Preparing Witness Statements for use in civil cases - a Best Practice Guide of the WA Bar Association. 

Equitable Briefing Policy for Female Barristers and Advocates

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New South Wales Bar Association
Selborne Chambers
174 Phillip Street
Sydney New South Wales 2000

DX 1204 Sydney

Telephone: +61 2 9232 4055
Fax: +61 2 9221 1149

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