John von Doussa
The Honourable Justice John William von Doussa AO, QC is a prominent Australian Judge, having served as a Justice of the Federal Court of Australia, and a Justice of the Supreme Courts of South Australia, the Australian Capital Territory, and Nauru.
He has also served in a number of other positions, including Chancellor of the University of Adelaide (2004-2010).
|14 August 1986||30 November 1988||Justice of the Supreme Court of South Australia|
|1 December 1988||15 August 2003||Justice of the Federal Court of Australia|
|17 April 1989||6 June 2003||Justice of the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory|
|2003||2008||President of the Australian Human Rights Commission|
|2004||2010||Chancellor of the University of Adelaide|
|September 2010||present||Justice of the Supreme Court of Nauru|
|President of the Australia Competition Tribunal|
|Presidential Member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal|
|Judge of the Industrial Relations Court of Australia|
|part-time Commissioner of the Australian Law Reform Commission|
|President of the Law Society of South Australia|
|Vice-President of the Law Council of Australia|
- John von Doussa, Researcher profiles, The University of Adelaide
- Callie Watson (13 June 2010). "Born and bred law man". AdelaideNow.
- Our history, von Doussas Legal Pty Ltd
Alice Tay AM
|President of the Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission
Catherine Branson QC
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