Text of an address given to the legal profession of N.S.W. on pleading under the Supreme Court (Amendment), Act 1970

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Other titlesPleading under the Supreme Court Amendment act, 1970.
Statementedited by M. G. Gaudron.
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Pagination102 p.
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In a controversial book, attorney Michael Trotter blamed over-reliance by American lawyers on binding and persuasive authority, rather than the merits of the case at hand, as a major factor behind the escalation of legal costs during the 20th century.

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