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Movember madness

Movember madness

As November came to a close, it is with great honour that Folklaw felt it appropriate to pay homage to the best Movember moustaches lurking within Australia's legal profession. Last week, we put…

As November came to a close, it is with great honour that Folklaw felt it appropriate to pay homage to the best Movember moustaches lurking within Australia's legal profession. Last week, we put the call out on Twitter for the best Movember facial hair and received a barrage of interesting, comical and often downright frightening 'tache styles. From dirty handlebars to the dead ferret, David Boon, Chopper Read, Frenchman and Spaniard, we were thoroughly amused by an array of top-lip entertainment. Thank you to all who were brave enough to share their Movember moustaches with Lawyers Weekly, and respect for participating in such a good cause! Here are some of the best...

 
 

Swaab Attorneys

Tom Johnston (left) and Tony D'Agostino

 

Slater & Gordon's David Allen

 

 

The Allen & Overy team line up (from left to right): Ka Sen Wong, Jason Denisenko, Michael Reede,

Barry Irwin, Hugh Treharne, James Rosolen, Jon Palmer, Brett Golledge, Andrew Stals,

Laurence Bye, Allen An

 

 

Joshua Busuttil,

Allens Arthur Robinson

 

TressCox Lawyers

 

Clint Slogrove,

QueenslandLaw Society

 

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