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Thursday, 22 May 1969

Senator Murphy - I have been listening to you.

Senator Poyser - What does the Bar Council of the Australian Capital Territory want?

Senator Murphy - - So far as I know.'

Senator Poyser - That is their trade union, so to speak?

Senator Wheeldon (WESTERN AUSTRALIA) - In a number of States there was a divided profession until some years ago. New Jersey had a divided profession.

Senator Wheeldon - The former president of the American Bar Association spoke on this when he was here some years ago. He said that he came from the last State that had a divided profession - it was amalgamated in 1930 - which 1 think was New Jersey.

Senator Murphy - If the Minister can suggest how we could do that 1 would be happy to accommodate him.

Senator Murphy - Does the Minister say that the motion would not do any real damage?

Senator Murphy - What about in the Minister's view?

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