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New South Wales Bar Association v Moore (Court of Appeal, 2.11.1993, unreported)

This case examines the mens rea element in relation to professional misconduct and whether or not a court is prepared to accept the argument by a barrister that they did not possess mens rea for a professional misconduct when deciding whether they are a fit and proper person to remain on the roll.

 

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New South Wales Bar Association v Moore (Court of Appeal, 2.11.1993, unreported)
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