The office of the Attorney-General: Then and Now — a fascinating blogpost by Sir Henry Brooke, a retired Court of Appeal judge

A discussion in the Twittersphere about aspects of Mr Jeremy Wright’s recent appearance in the Brexit litigation as leading counsel for the Crown led to a request that I should post a piece about the office of Attorney General.

via The office of the Attorney-General: Then and Now — Henry Brooke

I would suggest that this blogpost is essential reading for all Government lawyers, not only in the UK, but in all British Overseas Territories (including, for example, Crown Counsel in Bermuda’s Attorney-General’s Chambers).

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