The Laws of England, Compiled and translated into the Māori language.
The parties to any case brought before the Court, may, if they so desire, be represented each by a Lawyer, to conduct their respsetive cases.
A Lawyer is a man who has been bred and trained to the study of the Law and the practice of the Courts of Justice. He stands up before the Court to speak the words of the man whom he represents; that is, of the plaintiff, or of the defendant. The Lawyer examines the witnesses and gathers up and lays before the Court everything that may tend to make good his client's case.