(1) The Supreme Court can only admit or enrol persons as lawyers, and cannot admit or enrol persons as barristers, solicitors or legal practitioners.(2) Any inherent power or jurisdiction of the Supreme Court to admit or enrol persons as barristers, solicitors or legal practitioners is and remains revoked.(3) The Supreme Court Charter is and remains revoked in New South Wales in so far as it relates to the admission of barristers, advocates, proctors, solicitors and attorneys.(4) In this section:
Supreme Court Charter means the Charter dated 13 October 1823 under the Imperial Act 4 Geo IV c 96 establishing Courts of Justice in New South Wales.