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Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission annual report 2011/2012



Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission annual report 2011/2012


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Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission

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Darwin (N.T.)

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2011 - 2012 Annual Report 7 ANNE BRADFORD Anne joined the Department of the Attorney-General and Justice in July 2008, as the Deputy Chief Executive. Previous appointments were held in Defence, Attorney-Generals Department, Health and Aged Care and the Education (Secondary) sector. Anne holds a Master of Education (Professional Practices), a Bachelor of Education (Secondary), a Diploma in Training and Assessment Systems and a Diploma of Management. She is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a chartered member of the Australian Human Resources Institute. In 2012 Anne was appointed Chair of both NT Procurement Review Boards and a member of the Government Procurement Council. In 2010 she was appointed Chair of the NT Community Benefit Fund and a Commissioner of the Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission. In 2006 Anne won the National Telstra Womens Hudson Award for Community and Government and the Northern Territory Telstra Business Woman of the Year award. Anne was awarded the Professional Manager of the Year (Public Sector) for the NT in 2003. JULIE FRANZ Julie Franz was appointed as a Commissioner in 2012 after a staff election. She has worked at the Northern Territory Legal Aid Commission for the last 9 years and is the supervising solicitor for the Grants and Assignments. Prior to this she spent 8 years working as a solicitor in the Criminal Law Section. She has board member and governance experience with a diverse range of community organisations. SUZAN COX QC Graduated from UNSW with BA., LLB, 1978; LLM (Criminal Law) NYU 1985. 1980-90 Solicitor, Office of the Public Solicitor, Port Moresby, Senior Criminal Solicitor, CAALAS, Senior Criminal Solicitor, NAALAS (now NAAJA) and practised at the Melbourne Bar. From 1990 until 2002 at NTLAC as Senior Solicitor, Family Law Practice, Senior Counsel, Criminal Law Practice, Deputy Director, Acting Director, Director from July 2002 and appointed Queens Counsel in August 2002.

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