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Solicitors, in those jurisdictions where the legal profession is not fused such as New South Wales and Queensland do not robe when appearing in court, even before superior courts.
In those States and Territories with fused professions, solicitors robe in situations where barristers would normally wear robes. In the Supreme Court Criminal Jurisdiction, traditional judges' red robes were replaced with American-style plain black robes; this also applied to all appeal courts. Wigs were abolished in all Supreme Courts for both judges and lawyers.
This change was met with sadness by some members of the legal fraternity in the state,  as it ended over years of tradition in Western Australia. In the High Court of Australia, barristers wear the same dress as is required by the Supreme Court in their jurisdiction. For a matter heard in the Federal Court of Australia, barristers robe but without a wig if it is the usual practice to robe in the Supreme Court of the state or territory in which the matter is being heard.
Prior to , counsel did not robe before the Federal Circuit Court of Australia. Barristers are now expected to robe for most hearings, but not for interlocutory or interim matters. Wigs are not worn on any occasion. In Canada , court dress is identical to that previously pre in use in England, except that wigs are not worn. Bar jackets are worn under the gown, though QCs and judges have more elaborate cuffs than other lawyers. Barristers are required to gown for the Courts of Appeal and Superior-level courts of the provinces and territories, unless appearing on applications in chambers, in Small Claims Court or before Masters.
The Federal Court and the Tax Court of Canada at the general procedure level require barristers to gown. The donning of business attire is acceptable by barristers appearing in chambers and in inferior puisne provincial and territorial courts; court dress is also permitted, though rarely worn, with the exception of Quebec where gowns are standard practice in the Court of Quebec.
Judges of the Supreme Court of Canada wear red robes with white fur trim on ceremonial occasions together with tricorne hats; however, they wear black gowns with white neck band tabs when hearing cases. Judges of all other federal and provincial courts wear black gowns, sometimes adorned with various sashes and crests which depend on the level of court and the province in which the case is heard. All Canadian judges also wear black court waistcoats with white collar and tabs.
In Cyprus , the courts have upheld the traditions of wearing black and white. All judges and advocates, equally, wear a black suit, black trousers, black shoes, white shirt, a white neck band, and a black gown. Exceptionally, in all the courts other than the Supreme Court advocates are allowed not to wear the black gown if they are not appearing before the Court for a hearing.
Also, if it is not a hearing male advocates may wear a tie instead of a neck band before the lower courts. Additionally, special provisions are made for summertime. English-style robes are worn in the Supreme Court of Gibraltar. In India , the courts have upheld the traditions of wearing black and white. Male Judges wear white shirts and trousers with a white neck band and a black coat, whilst female Judges normally choose to wear the traditional sari , and pair it with a white neck band and a black coat.
In either case they can wear long trousers white, black striped or grey or dhoti, but not jeans. Court dress in Malaysia is based on English court dress, with some modifications. Since the s, judges no longer wear wigs, wing collars and bands but instead wear a waterfall cravat with court coat and black silk gown. Ceremonial robes for judicial office-bearers are generally black with gold lace, and include a Malay songkok. Counsel in Malaysia dress as English junior barristers do, but do not wear wigs.
Prior to the s, counsel serving in the government legal service wore wigs. Counsel in private practice have never done so. In New Zealand , court dress was simplified in Wigs for counsel are only worn on ceremonial occasions such as when newly qualified barristers are called to the Bar.
Traditional "bar jackets" may be worn as ordinary court dress in the higher Courts, but are uncommon. After independence, in Pakistan , the courts have continued to uphold the pre-independence British-Raj traditions of lawyers wearing white shirt and black coat, trouser and tie.
However, in the s, judges modified their dress to do away with wig and to allowed optional the usage of a black sherwani, a long traditional Pakistani coat worn over a white shalwar and qamiz trousers and shirt. In Pakistan , the dress code for lawyers or legal practitioners varies with the season. During the winter months, a formal black suit and tie are worn. During the hot summer months, white shirt and trousers and a white neck band may be worn.
In addition, judges wear a black robe over their other garments. Wigs are no longer worn. Dress codes are rigorously enforced within the Superior Courts of the country. In Sri Lanka , the British tradition of court dress had been adopted and practiced until reforms of the legal system took place in the s, and much of the ceremonial and formal court dress worn by judges and lawyers was replaced with black business suits.
However, the old traditions were revived in the s with many elements of the traditional court dress being used today. Both judges and counsel dress in white and black, white shirt, black coat, tie and trousers for men and white sarees for women.
On ceremonial occasions such as ceremonial sittings of the Supreme Court they wear a scarlet gown, barrister's bands , mantle and a long wig. On ceremonial occasions such as ceremonial sittings of the Supreme Court they wear a black gown with purple borders, barrister's bands, mantle and a long wig. High Court and District Court judges wear black gowns. Magistrates do not wear gowns. President's Counsel 's court dress is similar to that of Queen's Counsels.
It includes a silk gown with a flap collar and long closed sleeves the arm opening is half-way up the sleeve. Therefore, the term "taken silk" continues. On special ceremonial occasions such as ceremonial sittings of the Supreme Court , PCs also wear a long wig. Attorneys at law wear white and black when appearing in all courts.
They must wear black robes when appearing in the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and the High Court; it is optional in the lower courts. Male attorneys may wear black suits with white shirt, black tie and trousers or white national, while female attorneys may wear a white saree or dress. The court usher known as Court Mudliar wears a white uniform, as do court Arachies. Court dress in many jurisdictions with legal systems derived from England's, including Caribbean and African countries, which have court dress identical to that in England and Wales.
Recent changes to Chinese courts have led to a more formal dress code. Business suits or black gowns with a red stripe on the front are replacing the military look of the Chinese court system.
Judges of the supreme court wear black robes with a red strip with buttons. The buttons are gold with the top button having the seal of the People's Republic of China. As a common law jurisdiction, court dress in Hong Kong is practically the same as court dress in England and Wales.
Under the auspices of the one country, two systems policy after , when sovereignty of the former British crown colony was transferred to the People's Republic of China, the territory has continued to be a common law jurisdiction, and English legal traditions have been preserved. Judges in the Court of Final Appeal , however, do not wear wigs but only gowns with lace jabot , similar to those of International Court of Justice. Some judges wear wigs as part of the ceremonies during the opening address of the legal year in Hong Kong.
German court dress consists of a plain robe similar to the ones worn in the United States, normally without any kind of scarf or collar. However, judges and prosecutors always wear white shirts and white neckties under their robes, as is customary for lawyers in criminal cases.
The colour of judges' robes varies between different kinds of courts and branches of the judiciary. While at the Federal Court of Justice in civil and criminal matters dark red robes with dark red velvet linings are always worn, lower courts — which are under the jurisdiction of the German states — use black in civil and criminal matters. Other branches of the judiciary labour, administrative and social use different colours of judges' robes. Hats are out of use at most German courts, with the exception of the Federal Constitutional Court , where they are still worn by the judges.
While the colour of German judges' robes can vary, lawyers in all branches of the law nearly always wear black robes while in court, with the exception of those admitted to the Federal Court of Justice Bar, in civil matters; these specially appointed attorneys in private practice also wear dark red robes with silk linings.
The robes of lawyers and judges can be distinguished by the size and material of the lining. State prosecutors wear the same black robes as states' judges sitting in "ordinary" criminal or civil courts, while representatives of the Federal Public Prosecutor General wear dark red robes like federal court judges. At the Federal Constitutional Court, a different type of robe is used which is based on the historical court dress of the Italian town of Florence.
The constitutional court judges wear scarlet satin robes with a very high neckline, and caps, combined with a white pleated jabot. Lawyers appearing before the Constitutional Court wear their accustomed robes, i. The Irish Free State , established in , continued largely with the courts and court system inherited from the United Kingdom , albeit pared down and shorn of some of its imperial grandeur.
To fit with the reorganization of the courts, the judiciary all but abandoned the wearing of their former ceremonial costumes. Prior to Independence , the Lord Chancellor , Master of the Rolls and the Lords Justice of Appeal in Ireland would have worn full ceremonial dress identical to their English equivalents, viz.
The Lord Chief Justice , Lord Chief Baron up to the extinction of the office on the retirement of Christopher Palles in and other puisne judges of the High Court would likewise have worn scarlet robes with ermine hood and ermine-trimmed mantle.
Many fine examples of these robes can be seen in portraits of Irish judges in the King's Inns. The judges of the new superior courts, including the Chief Justice and President, adopted for all occasions—ceremonial or otherwise—the ordinary working judicial dress of the austere type previously worn by members of the old Court of Appeal , that is, as Order rule 2 of the Rules of the Superior Courts, originally read:.
A black coat and vest of uniform make and material of the kind worn by Senior Counsel, a black Irish poplin gown of uniform make and material, white bands and a wig of the kind known as the small or bobbed wig. The prescribed dress of judges of the District Court in Order 5 rule 1 of the District Court Rules, is the same, but does not include a wig.
Order rule 2 of the Rules of the Superior Courts was amended in , and now stipulates that:. This new uniform is worn without a wig, and the single white neck tab is more reminiscent of European style court dress. Barristers' dress in Ireland is almost unchanged since the pre-Independence era. Counsel may not exercise his right of audience unless he is properly attired. It is provided in Order rule 3 of the Rules of the Superior Courts as follows:.
Senior and Junior Counsel shall appear, when in court, habited in a dark colour and in such robes and bands and with such wigs as have heretofore been worn by Senior and Junior Counsel respectively, and no Counsel shall be heard in any case during the sittings unless so habited. It may therefore be said that Irish barristers robe similarly to their English counterparts.
Such robes are worn by barristers in all courts, including the District Court. Like Queen's Counsel in England, Senior Counsel generally wear a short bar wig and black silk or poplin gown with flap collar and long, closed sleeves over a buttoned and broad-cuffed court coat. Their shirts will have a detachable stiff wing collar, worn with bands. Junior Counsel wear a short bar wig and black poplin or stuff bar gown which has a gathered yoke and short, open sleeves over a dark three-piece suit with similar wing collar and bands.
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