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n Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg - The sounds of silence?

Volume 2011, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 0257-7747
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Abstract

Thank you for the honour this invitation constitutes. It stirred many feelings in me. The first was doubt as to how your Society took that decision. I say this because I know the way my own profession takes decisions. This is best exemplified by the decision of the Johannesburg Bar Council some 40 years ago. A well-regarded but cantankerous judge was hospitalised. A delegation was dispatched by the Bar Council to his hospital bedside. The leader cleared his throat and told the judge that the Johannesburg Bar Council had mandated him to convey two messages. The first was that he was asked to wish the judge on behalf of the Johannesburg Bar a speedy recovery. The second was to tell the judge that this was on a vote of six to five.

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