Home   The University of Sydney
  About  The Faculty   Staff  Programs & Courses  Continuing Legal Education  Research & Publications  Centres & Institutes  Library  
  For     Current Students     Future Students     International Students    Research Students    Alumni    News & Events  
     

Alumni Information

Registration
Law School Reports
Locate a Graduate
Merchandise
Alumni Honours Australia Day 2005

1961
(LLB) Hon. Justice Bryan Alan Beaumont AC
For service to the judiciary, to the administration of the court, to improving legal education facilities and judicial infrastructure in the Pacific region, and to the community.

1957
(LLB) Mr. Leo G. Christie OAM
For Services to the community through providing advice on governance and fundraising matters to a range of cultural, health, welfare and church organisations.

1961
(LLB, BA 1956) The Hon. Mr. Justice Terence R. Cole, RFD QC AO
For service to the judiciary, particularly judicial administration, to reform of the building and construction industry, and to the community through the Australian Naval Reserve and conservation and arts organisations.

1954
(LLB) His Hon. Judge Harvey L. Cooper AM
For services to the judiciary and to judicial education, and to the community through offender rehabilitation programs.

1966
(LLB) Mr. Stuart G. Fowler AM
For services to the law in Australia and internationally, in particular through the establishment of the World Congress on Family Law and the Rights of Children and Youth.

1952
(LLB) Mr. William R. McComas AM
Service to business and commerce in the field of competition and corporate law through the trade Practices Commission.

1958
(LLB, BA 1954) Hon. Roderick P. Meagher QC AO
For service to the judiciary, to legal scholarship and professional development, and to the arts.

1968
(LLB) Mr. Graham P. Segal OAM

For service to the community, particularly as a proponent for the recognition of different cultural and religious practices within the Australian legal system.

1967
(LLB) Mr. Max C. Solling OAM

For service to the community, particularly through researching, recording and publishing the history of Glebe.