It's fine for barristers to have a big old blue about their titles, but it's not fine to tie up the parliament.
In giving evidence Monday morning, Sheales said he couldn’t believe what he read in the newspaper on August 3, 2015.
The shadowy figure that used to stand behind a client in court is slowly coming forward, garnering media attention and blurring the line between legal advocate and spin doctor.
Today I am going to defend Peter Faris. Why? Because the Victorian Bar Council is apparently threatening him with disciplinary action over those comments he made earlier this year about drug abuse among barristers, writes Greg Barns.
It's that time of year again when barristers around Australia apply for what is quaintly termed "silk" -- yet another tradition of the law that's living well past its use by date, writes Greg Barns.