Barristers - attorneys : rules and regulations for admission to practice as barristers and as attorneys, solicitors and proctors in the Supreme Court of the Colony of Victoria of persons not previously admitted as barristers or advocates or as attorneys, solicitors or writers to the signet in the superior courts of Westminister, Dublin and Edinburgh

Corporate Author: Victoria. Supreme Court
Other Authors: àBeckett, William, Sir, 1806-1869, Barry, Redmond, Sir, 1813-1880, Williams, Edward Eyre, Sir, 1813-1880
Published: Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printing Office, 1852
Parliamentary Paper Number: Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ; 1852-53
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Item Description: "Laid upon the Council table by the Colonial Secretary by command of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and ordered by the Council to be printed 17th September 1852"
"Signed { William a'Beckett, C. J., Redmond Barry, Edward Eyre Williams"
Contents: I. Board of Examiners for Barristers - Board of Examiners for Attorneys II. Constitution of Board of Examiners for Barristers III. Election of practicing barristers IV. Meeting of the Board - adjournment - quorum V. Board or its appointees may examine candidiates - VI. Qualification of candidates not previously admitted - VII Candidates to be admitted as barristers to be examined - VIII. Appointment of time &c. for examination IX. Subjects in which candidates examined X. Mode of examination XI. Board top determine on admission, rejection or further examination XII. Board of Examination for Attorneys XIII. Examination of such camdidates XIV> Qualifications of candidates to practice as attorneys XV. Table of fees XVI. Application of fees XVII Time of payment of fees XVIII Fees received to be lodges in bank to credit of the chief justice XIX Account of fees to be published in Court on the first day of each term xx. The following works will be those from which the examiners will select questions ... Certificate
Authors/titles mentioned in XX: [Sir Archibald] Alison's History of Europe, Archbold on common law practice, Archbold on criminal law, [Thomas] Arnold's [History of] Rome, [Sir John]? Bayley on common law practice, Bible. Gospels (given as Evangelists), [John Hill] Burton on insolvency, [Philip] Burton on conveyancing, [Charles] Butler's Algebra, [Joseph] Chitty on contracts, Cicero, [Edmund Robert] Daniel[l] on equity practice, Euclid Book I, Euripides, [Harding] Grant on equity practice, [Simon] Greenleaf on evidence, [George] Grote's [History of] Greece, [Henry] Hallam's Constitutional History [of England], [William] Hayes on conveyancing, Homer's Illiad, Nathaniel] Hook's [History of] Rome, Horace, [David] Hume and [Thomas] Smollet's [History of] England, [Charles] Hutton on [i.e. or] Butler's Algebra, [Robert] Lush on common law practice, [S. M.] Phillips on evidence, [William] Russel[l] on criminal law, [Josiah William] Smith on equity practice, [John William] Smith's leading cases, [John William] Smith's mercantile law, Sophocles, [Thomas] Starkie on evidence, [Henry John] Stephen's commentaries, [Henry John] Stephen on pleading, [Edward Burtenshaw] Sugden's vendors and purchasers, [John Pitt] Taylor on evidence, Thelwall [on] Greece, [William] Tidd on common law practice, Virgil, and [Charles] Watkins on conveyancing
Other mentions: An Act for the better Administration of Justice in the Colony of Victoria [1], Dublin [1],2,3, Edinburgh [1],2,3, England 3, Ireland 3, Scotland 3, Superior Courts of Westminster [i.e. British Courts of Chancery, Common Pleas, Exchequer and High Court of Admiralty], Dublin [i.e. Irish Courts of Chancery, Common Pleas, Exchequer and Queen's Bench] and Ediburgh [i.e.Scottish Court of Sessions] [1],2,3 and Supreme Court Library (Vic.) 3
Physical Description: 4p. ; 33cm.