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Friday, 20 July 1906

Mr ISAACS (Indi) (Attorney-General) . - I think that there is a great deal in the suggestion of the honorable member for Parramatta. It is highly desirable that we should arrive at uniformity in the matter referred to. At present a practitioner admitted in Western Australia may practise in the High Court, wherever it may be sitting, even in Victoria, although he would have no locus standi in the Victorian State Courts. If the Bill becomes law, I shall undertake to ask the Chief Justice if he can see his way to communicate with the Chief Justices of the States, with a view to securing uniformity.

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