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Charles Shaw: The extent of Counsel’s obligations pursuant to the rule in Browne v Dunn

27 July 2017

Charles Shaw: The extent of Counsel’s obligations pursuant to the rule in Browne v Dunn

Young's List's Charles Shaw gave a recent CPD seminar on “Do I have to put it?  The extent of Counsel’s obligations pursuant to the rule in Browne v Dunn

The rule in Browne v Dunn is an important obligation of barristers in running trials.  Yet the full content of the obligation is not always clear or fully understood.  It can give rise to dispute in trials and in appeals.  The session explained both the history of the rule and its modern application in civil cases and provided a practical guide for barristers as to the requirements of the rule and how to prepare cross examination in civil trials to ensure that it is complied with.

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