Alison Hammond still considers herself a young lawyer, though she accepts she will have to resign the title eventually. She has practised as a barrister in Sydney for the past three years, and has enjoyed the highs and lows of establishing and growing a broad practice across public, commercial and tax matters at both first instance and on appeal. Prior to coming to the bar, Alison worked in the Dispute Resolution Group at King & Wood Mallesons, and was an Associate to the Hon Justice Virginia Bell at the High Court of Australia. Alison holds degrees ranging across physics, history and law, including a master’s degree in law from the University of Oxford. She has always loved both learning and teaching. Alison hopes this book encapsulates much of the usually unwritten guidance generally imparted to young litigators on the job, over coffee, or by observing more seasoned practitioners.
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