Paul Cronin (judge)

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Paul Cronin is an Australian judge. He has been a Judge of the Family Court of Australia since December 2006.

Cronin studied law at Monash University while simultaneously working as a Clerk of Courts in Melbourne. He was admitted to practice as a solicitor in 1980, whereupon he moved to Shepparton. He subsequently practiced there for nineteen years, eventually specialising in family law, before being admitted to the bar in 1999.[1]

Cronin was appointed a trial judge of the Family Court of Australia on 20 December 2006, replacing retired judge Susan Morgan.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Welcome address by Peter Riordan S.C.". Victorian Bar Association. Accessed 8 July 2007.
  2. ^ ""Media Releases: Appointment of New Family Court Judge". Attorney-General's Department. Accessed 8 July 2007.