Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005
Current version for 9 April 2020 to date (accessed 4 June 2020 at 05:26)
Part 1 Division 1 Rule 1.3
1.3   References to barristers and solicitors
(1)  For the purposes of these rules—
(a)  a reference in these rules to a barrister is a reference to a legal practitioner who practises as a barrister, and
(b)  a reference in these rules to a solicitor is a reference to a legal practitioner who practises as a solicitor.
Note.
 The rights of a person to practise as a barrister or to practise as a solicitor are regulated by the Legal Profession Uniform Law (NSW).
(2)  For the purposes of rule 33.9(9), a reference to a solicitor for a party includes a reference to—
(a)  a solicitor acting as agent for the solicitor for a party, and
(b)  any other solicitor belonging to or employed by the same firm or organisation as the solicitor for a party or the solicitor acting as agent for the solicitor for a party.
(3)  For the purposes of rule 33.9(10)—
(a)  a reference to a solicitor who removes a document or thing from the office of the registrar includes a reference to a solicitor who directs a person referred to in paragraph (b) to remove a document or thing from the office of the registrar, and
(b)  a reference to the personal custody of the solicitor includes a reference to the personal custody of—
(i)  any other solicitor belonging to or employed by the same firm or organisation as that solicitor, or any other person employed by that firm or organisation, and
(ii)  any other solicitor acting as agent for that solicitor, and
(iii)  any other solicitor belonging to or employed by the same firm or organisation as a solicitor acting as agent for that solicitor, or any other person employed by that firm or organisation, and
(iv)  if the registrar has approved a firm or organisation to provide photocopying services in respect of documents, any employee of a firm or organisation so approved.