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Wigs and wherefores : a biography of Michael Sherrard

Author: Linda Goldman; Michael Sherrard
Publisher: London : Wildy, Simmonds & Hill, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book provides a frank and entertaining account of Michael Sherrard's life in the law and also chronicles his major role in developing modern advocacy worldwide. Wherever the English common law  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Anecdotes
Biographies
Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Goldman, Linda.
Wigs and wherefores.
London : Wildy, Simmonds & Hill, 2008
(OCoLC)741990587
Named Person: Michael Sherrard
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Goldman; Michael Sherrard
ISBN: 9780854900305 0854900306
OCLC Number: 276978183
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 418 pages : illustrations, portraits, photographs ; 24 cm
Contents: IllustrationsForewordA ForetasteChapter 1: To begin at the beginningChapter 2: Some childhood daysChapter 3: Down with drumsChapter 4: A change of careerChapter 5: Call dayChapter 6: A toe in the courtroom watersChapter 7: Second stepChapter 8: Counsel's finkin'Chapter 9: A new area of workChapter 10: Hare CourtChapter 11: Some tales of the fiftiesChapter 12: Dr StrangChapter 13: Dandy KimChapter 14: Some judges and jurorsChapter 15: A Windsor KnotChapter 16: John MaudeChapter 17: Blood and gutsChapter 18: James HanrattyChapter 19: DS ChallenorChapter 20: A taste of travelChapter 21: Annie RichmanChapter 22: Dr GoswamiChapter 23: David Jacobs Chapter 24: Finery Chapter 25: A father's sonChapter 26: Cartoons in courtChapter 27: Pupils Chapter 28: Silk Chapter 29: John Bloom Chapter 30: Of men and boysChapter 31: A boxing dinner Chapter 32: Tales from the Central Bank of IndiaChapter 33: SavundraChapter 34: Peter HainChapter 35: A bomb and a blonde bombshellChapter 36: Brown's bloodChapter 37: Impressing the judgeChapter 38: An eye for a tooth Chapter 39: Go East, Young ManChapter 40: Playing the RecorderChapter 41: John StonehouseChapter 42: NormansfieldChapter 42: The Call to the BenchChapter 44: A sex scandal Chapter 45: Rhodesia Chapter 46: Jade Chapter 47: A widow's webChapter 48: Gray daysChapter 49: LuxembourgChapter 50: MaxwellChapter 51: The missing millionsChapter 52: San ImperialChapter 53: A bout of ill healthChapter 54: SummertimesChapter 55: CarrianChapter 56: How can the eggsChapter 57: HeyselChapter 58: High speed travelChapter 59: Is Guinness good for you?Chapter 60: Two WangsChapter 61: Back to back in the East: Superstition and realityChapter 62: The taste of Oslo Chapter 63: Spare the rodChapter 64: East endersChapter 65: Calling time at the BarChapter 66: Treasurer's troveChapter 67: End of Part 1Index
Responsibility: by Linda Goldman and Michael Sherrard.

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