Reinstatement of QC title passes
Updated at 5:05 am on 16 November 2012
Legislation reinstating the legal title of Queen's Counsel has passed its third and final reading in Parliament.
In 2008, the then-Labour Government removed the rank of QC, replacing it with the title of senior counsel for top-tier lawyers.
The Lawyers and Conveyancers Amendment Bill reverses the change.
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