21st century silk

Harris, Katy Dowell Joanne
March 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);3/25/2013, p21
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the announcement by the QC appointments committee that only 84 lawyers would take silk in Great Britain in the 2012-13 round. The contraction in public sector legal expenditure is taking its toll while the end of the legal aid era is also having an impact. Laurence Rabinowitz, a member of the bar, may have been turned down twice despite being a leader in his field.


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