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Neil Williams has practised as a barrister for more than 33 years. While based in Sydney, he has practised in all Australian jurisdictions except Tasmania, and has conducted major litigation in Fiji, the Solomon Islands and Nauru. He has practised extensively in both trial and appellate courts, and has appeared in more than 35 High Court appeals. Before taking silk in 2001 he had 16 readers, and has since mentored a number of other barristers, both formally through Bar Association mentoring schemes, and informally. For 10 years he was the convener of the Public Law Section of the NSW Bar, and for many years was a member of the board of a leading set of Sydney Chambers, including as chair. He is uniquely qualified to write on the subjects covered in this book.

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