The Old Diocesan Issue5 Mar2020 - Page 48

Legal luminaries
“The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.”
Some share the sentiments of the rebel Dick the Butcher in
Shakespeare’s Henry VI, Part II. But when faced with grave
difficulties and disputes, societies time and again call upon
lawyers to conduct enquiries and trials. Bishops has a long
history of producing fine legal minds, writes Alistair Price
The Supreme Court of
Appeal in Bloemfontein,
a judicial edifice familiar
to Justice Craig Howie,
among other ODs.

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