Sir Robert Menzies

Posted in 1924

  • Builds busy law practice.

"... the practice of the law in court was and remains my first love. A large practice at the Bar means much concentrated and hard work. For some years before I took silk at the age of thirty-four, and for some years thereafter, my weekly hours of work would average not less than eighty. Either in court or in his Chambers, the advocate must never lose his concentration upon the job in hand."
Sir Robert Menzies, Afternoon Light, 1967 p 316.