n custody of Cameron ‘Mulrunji’ Doomadgee on Palm Island, and the second Work Choices matter in the Federal Court. Because of the legal work we do here, particularly in the Administrative Law Team, I really feel as if we’re making a contribution to the State for the better. We advise government and have to take into account the ramifications for the individual, and we can see the flow-on benefit of that approach. There’s a real sense of a duty of care on behalf of the State.
The public focus of Crown Law’s work appeals to me. There’s a sense of pride in our work here and we get the opportunity to work on some of the biggest legal cases that affect the State, which is exciting and rewarding.