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Wednesday, 10 November 1976

Question: The number of judges and magistrates in each court in each state, and their salaries.

Dateof request 19 July 1 976. Required by 23 July 1976.

New South Wales has 78 judges and 91 Stipendiary magistrates.

Supreme Court 34 judges

Chief Justice: $50,660 + $2,700 expense allowance

President, Court of Appeal: $47,710 + $2, 100 expenses

Judges: $46,350 + $2, 100 expenses 3 Masters: $38,260 + $510 expenses

Industrial Commission 8 judges

President: $47,710 + $2, 100 expenses

Members: $46,350 + $2,100 expenses

Workers Compensation Commission 8 judges

Chairman: $41,750 + $2, 100 expenses

Members: $38,260 + $2, 100 expenses

New South Wales District Courts 28 judges

Chief Judge: $41,750 + $2, 100 expenses

Judges: $38,260 + $2, 100 expenses

There is the possibility of the appointment of one further Workers Compensation Commission Judge.

Stipendiary Magistrates in New South Wales 91 magistrates

Chairman of the Bench: $32,180 + $480 expenses

Deputy Chairman of the Bench: $30,460 + $336 expenses

Stipendiary Magistrate Grade 1: $28,700 + $228 expenses

Stipendiary Magistrate Grade 2: $26,399 + $228 expenses

Stipendiary Magistrate Grade 3: $23,721 + $228 expenses

Queensland has 33 judges and 61 magistrates.







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