Expert in Focus
Senior Law lecturer Dr Julia Quilter spent a decade practising as both a solicitor and as a barrister , primarily in public law, being admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW in 2000 and as a barrister of the Supreme Court of NSW and High Court of Australia in 2002. After a brief stint in private practice at Malleson Stephen Jaques, Dr Quilter worked at the NSW State Crown Solicitor's Office. Dr Quilter is available to speak on criminal law, particularly regarding the NSW one-punch law and the NSW Bail Act 2013, which is now under review. Contact Dr Quilter on +61 4221 4290 or email@example.com
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