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The Bar Association of Qld

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Level 5  Inns of Court
107 North Quay 
Brisbane  Qld  4000

Telephone: (07) 3238 5100
Fax: (07) 3236 1180

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 - (Law Council of Australia)

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Research Links

Research Tools

Instapaper: This is a very simple free addition to your browser's toolbar. When you find a page that's interesting and you don't have time to read it, just click the button. If you select text before clicking then this is added as a text comment.Also useful if you are collecting information on a topic. Try out its feature like add a folder, move (to a folder), view text only, archive and print in a range of formats including 3 column newspaper style.

Warning to Public

The barristers on this page refuse to take telephone calls from clients or the public or make appointments directly with clients or the public. You must see a solicitor first.

There is an explanation of this on our For the Public Page.