His responsibilities will include representing the Circuit, a professional association of barristers practising in the Wales and Cheshire regions, at meetings of the Bar Council and dealing with the Department of Constitutional Affairs.
What does DOCA stand for?
DOCA stands for Department of Constitutional Affairs (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Now, the Department of Constitutional Affairs is to become the Ministry of Justice.
He has written to the Department of Constitutional Affairs calling for UK action to help to bring sense to legal family matters across Europe and to make sure family justice operates effectively.
The move, announced by the Department of Constitutional Affairs, follows dramatic improvements in conviction rates after pilot schemes in south London, south Wales and elsewhere
INTERNET BUSINESS NEWS-(C)1995-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD The UK's Department of Constitutional Affairs has announced that ideas of Internet and text voting trials during the local council elections in 2006 have been abandoned by the government.
Property consultant Chesterton has just completed a due diligence and consultation process for the Department of Constitutional Affairs (DCA) on the transfer of 445 court properties from councils to the DCA.
But the Department of Constitutional Affairs has announced that it would be happy to give the council the option of buying it.