Woodman, Stewart John
Between 1856 and 1914 the character of the legal profession in New South Wales changed markedly. It evolved from being a small group of primarily British practitioners with no real foundations in the colony into an independent and cohesive colonial profession strongly conscious of the need to preserve its standards and reputation and of its responsibilities with respect to the administration of justice. Historians have, however, largely overlooked the significance of this change and its...[Show more]
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