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Michael Kirby was, until 2 February 2009, one of the seven Justices of Australia's highest constitutional and appellate court, the High Court of Australia.


The Honourable James Spigelman AC QC served as Chief Justice of NSW and Lieutenant Governor from 1998 until end May 2011.


Dr Suzanne McNicol QC has extensive expertise in the area of legal privilege, authoring the leading text on the subject and appearing in several significant matters dealing with this area of law.


Dr. Michelle Sharpe is a member of the Victorian Bar practicing in general commercial, trade practices and administrative law.


Christopher Shanahan SC was admitted to the WA bar in 1984 and the High Court of Australia in 1990.  He has practiced as a barrister at Francis Burt Chambers since 1994.


Toni Lucev is a Judge of the Federal Circuit Court of Australia. Prior to this he was a Federal Magistrate, Barrister and Partner at a prestigious law firm.


Hugo is an experienced litigator  with expertise in a range of areas including contract law, consumer law, trade practices, insolvency and corporations.


Dr Deborah Cao is a Professor affiliated with the Law School Socio-Legal Research Centre of Griffith University. She is a linguist and a legal scholar.


Grace Lawson practices as a Barrister in Queensland. Her practice includes family law, personal injury law, and employment law.

Principal Psychologist:

Bernadette Healy is the director and principal psychologist of the Re-Vision Group. She has over twenty years experience working with individuals and groups within the corporate, government, higher education and NFP sectors.

Dr. Bill Gough is an independent legal consultant specialising in the drafting and development of corporate, commercial, banking and security precedent formwork systems for legal firms.


Frank Sanitate is the president of Frank Sanitate and Associates, and is a leading international expert on time management.


Professor Millett has specialised in applied philosophy and ethics for over 20 years and currently runs a consultancy in applied ethics for organisations.


Peter Lowe is a highly experienced criminal barrister with 26 years of experience in criminal law and administrative law.

Associate Professor:

Selene Mize practised law in the United States before taking up a teaching position at the Law Faculty at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand.