New Selden Society lecture podcast series

You can now listen to popular Selden Society lecture podcasts!

The Supreme Court Library Queensland is pleased to announce the brand new—Selden Society lecture series podcast!

Every month the library will be releasing a new podcast featuring a popular lecture from its Selden Society lecture series. Listen to expert and experienced judicial officers, legal professionals and academics explore the cases, people, events and stories of our unique legal heritage and the common law.

Episode 2: Leading cases of the common law—McKenzie v McKenzie [1971] P 33* Ian Hanger AM QC

In McKenzie v McKenzie [1971] P 33, the English Court of Appeal unanimously affirmed the important principle that any person conducting proceedings in court is entitled to quiet assistance from a person of their choice.

Listen to Ian Hangar AM QC—the original ‘McKenzie’s friend’—share his experiences of his role in McKenzie v McKenzie, and its subsequent influence on the modern practice of allowing parties in a trial process the assistance of a ‘McKenzie friend’.

Listen: iTunesSpotify or RSS feed
43 minutes
Broadcast: 22 June 2017, Banco Court, Brisbane

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