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Unregulated advocates impede justice, say industry players

Regulation of sector and mandatory code of conduct can’t come soon enough, they say.

The behaviour of some legal advocates has been called into question.

NBR Staff Mon, 25 Jul 2022

The behaviour of legal advocates is under inspection in a significant review of the country's legal services, after complaints from lawyers and judges about their conduct in court. 

A case from the Human Rights Review Tribunal in late May, reported in the NBR, illustrates why legal advocates –

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NBR Staff Mon, 25 Jul 2022
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