Podcast: Why in-house counsel should be briefing barristers more

By Jerome Doraisamy|22 February 2019

In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Jerome Doraisamy welcomes back Australian Bar Association president Jennifer Batrouney QC.

Despite impressions that legal counsel can’t or shouldn’t brief barristers on any given matter, there are significant benefits to doing so, argues Ms Batrouney, as she outlines the strategies those in-house can employ when it comes to collaborating with those from the bar.


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