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Commercial Bar Association (COMBAR) 1989-2014: Celebrating the First 25 Years

Edited by: Stephen Moriarty

ISBN13: 9781849467056
Published: February 2016
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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In 2014 the Commercial Bar Association celebrated its 25th anniversary. When Lord Mackay’s Green papers, and especially that on ‘The Work and Organisation of the Legal Profession’, were published, the survival of the Bar was brought into question and this was the catalyst for the formation of COMBAR. Since then, it has gone from strength to strength.

This volume is a collection of contributions from a number of different people who have been involved with COMBAR over the years. It includes text from senior judiciary, past chairs, honorary overseas members, VIP annual lectures and lectures from guest speakers, amusing anecdotes and much more.

Commercial Law, General Interest
1. COMBAR History: Sir David Steel
2. The Origins of the British in Virginia: Sir Anthony Colman
3. A New Life in the New World: Sir David Steel
4. Bygone Days: Steven Rosenfeld
5. The Abuse of Power: Sir Stephen Sedley
6. The North American Meetings: A Canadian Perspective: Bryan Finlay QC
7. Advocacy in the Commercial Court: The Hon Mr Justice Teare
8. The Somewhat Uncommon Law of Commerce: The Honourable the Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon
9. Advocacy — What Works and What Doesn ’ t: Lord Justice Vos
10. A Brief Account of the Origins and Development of the Commercial Court and the Challenges it Faces at this Point in its History: Sir Richard Field
11. Deference or Difference ? The Relationship Between English and International Courts and Tribunals:
Professor James Crawford
12. COMBAR: A Temple Bar Scholar ’ s Perspective: Kannon K Shanmugam