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Address to the Fiji Law Society, Coral Coast, Fiji, 2 July 2005 (excerpts)
- It goes without saying that the most valuable asset of any profession is its collective reputation.
- The independence of the (legal) profession also ensures that it can take an objective view on issues concerning not only these matters, but also those of wider public concern. In fact, it can only discharge this responsibility to be independent and objective, if it is perceived by society at large to be independent.