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Justice Hill Memorial Lecture – statutory interpretation

Published on 01 Jul 09 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

The Justice Graham Hill Memorial Lecture presented at the 24th National Convention, was this year delivered by The Hon. Murray Gleeson AC QC. Here he pays tribute to Graham Hill and speaks on statutory interpretation.

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Hon Murray Gleeson AC
The Hon. Murray Gleeson AC QC recently retired after 10 years as the country's top judge. Prior to his appointment as Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, Murray Gleeson was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. With a strong belief that the proper administration of justice is a part of civilised government, Justice Gleeson implemented major reforms to the administration of the Courts, resulting in increased efficiency. Current at 01 July 2009 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Murray GLEESON.
 
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