Kevin Bell (judge)

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Kevin Bell QC is a judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria, in the Australian state of Victoria.[1] Since February 2008, he has served as the President of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT).[2] Prior to this he had worked as a Queen's Counsel for eight years and a barrister for 20 years.

On 19 February 2008, Victorian Attorney-General Rob Hulls announced that Bell would replace Justice Stuart Morris as the Head of VCAT. He was appointed for a two-year term. He is to carry out a review of VCAT to determine what reforms, if any, are necessary.

Bell was also elected as a Councillor of the City of Essendon, where he was active in establishing the Essendon Community Legal Centre. Bell holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws with honours from Monash University.[3]

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