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|Title:||History of the independent bar of South Australia|
|Publisher:||University of Adelaide Press|
|Publisher Place:||University of Adelaide|
|Abstract:||"South Australia’s bar developed like no other bar in Australia, better termed "independent" than "separate", its independent spirit showing in the distinctive preference for small sets of chambers."--Book Jacket|
|Contents:||1. Growth and development of the South Australian bar 1837-1964 - from three attempts at formal division to the founding of the "independent bar" by Chris Legoe -- 2. The expansion 1964-2004 from one set of chambers to twenty -- 3. The Bluestone Phenomenon - details and brief history of each established set of chambers -- 4 The only complete list with biographical notes and photographs of all the Queen’s Counsel appointed since 1974.|
|Appears in Collections:||Law publications|
Barr Smith Press publications
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