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Clyne v The New South Wales Bar Association (1960) 104 CLR 186

This case involved a barrister attempting to win a case by making a savage public attack on the professional character of the opposing solicitor and whether or not his actions demonstrated his unfitness to practise as a barrister.

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Clyne v The New South Wales Bar Association (1960) 104 CLR 186
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