In my post “Judge uses big word”, I commented on President Mason’s use of “tergiversation”. Now David Starkoff at Inchoate has noted another’s analysis of the odds of each of the High Court judges other than Justice Kirby being responsible for the appearance of “epexegetical” (which seems to mean “explanatory in a way supplementary to […]
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The Bar has produced a practice guide. It is a great achievement and stands as a beacon for the Law Institute’s future efforts at promulgating knowledge of the practice rules. The Bar actually has something called the Professional Standards Education Committee. Written by Roisin Annesley, it was launched by Victoria Marles, the Legal Services Commissioner […]
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Solicitors’ Practice (Conflict) Amendment Rule 2004 (1) (Introduction) (a) This rule sets out provisions for dealing with conflicts of interest other than those conflicts in relation to conveyancing, property selling or mortgage related services which are dealt with in rule 6. (b) This rule applies to a regulated individual and a regulated practice. (c) Conflicts […]
Legal Services Commissioner v JAF  VCAT 581 (Cullity, Shattock, Hannebury) Acting for vendor and purchaser; conflict between duty and interest (of solicitor’s associate) The Full Tribunal were not impressed with this solicitor who acted for the vendor and the purchaser which was a trust of which his wife was a beneficiary, but did the […]