Former chief justice hands in resignation

By Emma Ryan|17 July 2018

A former Queensland chief justice has announced he will officially resign from the bench.

In a statement to the media, Attorney-General and Minister for Justice the Honourable Yvette D'Ath revealed that Justice Tim Carmody will officially resign his commission as a Judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland.

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The resignation is effective 10 September 2019.

“Justice Carmody has written to the governor advising of his decision,” the A-G stated.

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“Justice Carmody will remain as a supplementary member of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) until that date.

“I would like to thank Justice Carmody for his service to the Magistrates Court, the Supreme Court and QCAT and wish him well for the future.”

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