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No Fault Divorce

Two people married for love. They had children. The pressure of life/work, financial pressure, emotional pressure, the pressure at work took their toll on both spouses. 642 more words

David`s Posts

Unnecessarily Adversarial: Has the Time Come For a New Criminal Defence Paradigm?

By Joana Bourouphael

This post is written by Joana Bourouphael, a student who studied Non-Adversarial Justice at the Faculty of Law at Monash University in 2016. 3,173 more words

Representing the Less Popular

If you represent the less popular in society you transgress a moral law. Was saddened to here the campaigning Mr. Trump make a statement to this effect in 2016 while attacking  146 more words


The Powdered Wig

Even a piece of art can a barrister’s wig be.

I have talked about the powdered wig in various posts in this blog some here… 70 more words


Lawya Art: Wee Creations

Cutest little ornamental felted mouse ‘The Lawyer’  (via Pinterest)

Little cuty knitted barrister mouse or ‘Barrister-Kat’ though it looks very much like a mouse to me. 450 more words


Courts of Chancery, Barristers, and Solicitors

In the 15th Century, the Court of Chancery or of “equity” developed. It was under the lord high chancellor and provided an outlet for cases where results were not obtainable in the courts of common law. 1,748 more words

British History

Sitting in the Dock of Delay

Some of those who walk through the doors of a court building as defendants are criminals. I would suggest the vast majority of them have committed some offence at some time. 721 more words