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What does it mean to be a ‘fit and proper person’ in the context of your practice at the Bar? What are the origins of this requirement and how did it come to be embedded in the legal framework that regulates us? Why does this test exist?
In the first of a two-part CPD, presented by the Bar’s Honorary Secretaries, who explore these questions as well as highlight the continued disclosure obligations imposed upon barristers and how to fulfil these obligations and satisfy the ‘fit and proper person’ test.
This seminar provides insight into dealing with self -represented litigants in commercial cases with a perspective from the bench and the bar and also look at the role of the Victorian Bar Pro Bono Scheme.