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Issue 74 - Dec 2015
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Ann_Ainslie.jpgDedicated to Excellence in Advocacy

An initiative of the Law Council ofAustralia

The Australian Advocacy Institute is pleased to announce that The Honourable Justice Ann Ainslie-Wallace has been elected as Chair of the Institute Board of Directors. Justice Ainslie-Wallace takes over the chairmanship from AAI founding chairman Professor the Hon. George Hampel AM QC.

Professor Hampel founded the Australian Advocacy Institute in 1991under the auspices of the Law Council of Australia. His innovative methods of teaching advocacy skills and his tireless effort has seen the AAI grow to its position of today leading the field in advocacy skills training for lawyers both in Australia and across the common law world. His dedication to enhancing justice through skilled advocacy cannot be overstated.

Justice Ainslie-Wallace is a judge of the Appellate Division of the Family Court of Australia and is located in Sydney. Before joining the Family Court in 2010, she spent 13 years as a trial judge in the New South Wales District Court and 19 years at the NSW Bar.

Justice Ainslie-Wallace has over 20 years experience as Moderator and Senior Instructor at Australian Advocacy Institute workshops presented throughout Australia and in the United Kingdom, Italy, The Hague, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. She is a past member of the NSW Bar Council and the Law Council of Australia. She is currently a council member of the National Judicial College of Australia and a member of both the Australian and International Associations of Women Judges.
She is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law.

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