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Forty lawyers to be Queen's Counsel in ACT



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A T T O R N E Y - G E N E R A L ’S . D E P A R T M E N T

STATEMENT BY THE COMMONWEALTH ATTORNEY-GENERAL,

SENATOR IVOR J. GREENWOOD, Q.C.

The Governor-General has appointed 40 lawyers -

to be Queen's Counsel in the Australian Capital Territory.

Those appointed by the Governor-General were all

Queen's Counsel for on£ or more of the States when the

recent amendments to^the Legal Practitioners' Ordinance

were introduced.

They had become Territory practitioners before

the amendments were introduced so that they could appear

in Territory courts from time to time.

Those appointed Queen's Counsel are

W.P. Ash, R.J. Bainton, C.J. Bannon, A.J. Bellanto, T.A.M.

Boulter, R.J. Ellicott, H.H. Glass, I.J. Greenwood, R.G.

Henderson, J.T= Hiatt, K.J0 Holland, T.E.F. Hughes, P.C.

Hutley,· P.J. Jeffrey, H.J. Jenkins, P.J. Kenny, Ξ.Ρ. Knoblanche,

J.T. Ludeke, E.A. Lusher, -E.S. McAlary, D.G. McGregor,

D.L. Mahoney, T.J. Martin, A.V. Maxwell, D.B. Milne,

T.Ro Morling, L.K. Murphy, G.D. Needham, E.J.D. Officer, M.E. Pile, P.E. Powell, G.J. Samuels, C.R. Shannon,

Soli. Simblist, J.W. Smyth, J.G. Starke, W.D.T. Ward, '

R.S. Watson, N.K. Wran and B.J.P. Wright.

Canberra.

March 10, 1972.

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