Law Reform 2010: Hylton Quail, Law Society of Western Australia

By Lawyers Weekly|03 March 2012

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Hylton Quail, incoming president of the Law Society of Western Australia lists his priorities for the WA legal body for 2010.

Quail plans to ensure the Law Society of Western Australia is addressing changes to state legislature that may affect fundamental civil rights - including the introduction of mandatory sentencing. He says he is concerned that the GFC has had a big impact on Western Australians but that there has been no real increase in legal aid funding, and that the society will continue to lobby both Federal and state attorneys-general on the issue.

Law Reform 2010: Read more about the key agendas of incoming presidents from around Australia:

>> Mary Macken, Law Society of New South Wales

>> Peter Eardley, Queensland Law Society


>> Matthew Storey, Law Society Northern Territory

>> Graeme Jones, Law Society of Tasmania

>> Steven Stevens, Law Institute of Victoria

>> Athol Opas, ACT Law Society

>> Richard Mellows, Law Society of South Australia

Law Reform 2010: Hylton Quail, Law Society of Western Australia
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