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A Warm Day in Court

Gavin McFarlane places The Tax Journal in a personal context
I started writing for The Tax Journal soon after its foundation and eventually became a regular columnist continuing until I reached the age of 70. But I had always been a freelance writer on legal subjects at every stage of my career. When just out of the egg as a pupil barrister in the early 1960s I would cover for the Times Law Reports cases in which my pupil master appeared. One such became a leading authority of that era on defended divorce with lengthy cross-allegations of all kinds of cruelty and other matrimonial offences.
The case was one which for all I know may still appear in textbooks on matrimonial subjects. The husband respondent was a law...

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