Firmly on the up

For Gabrielle Upton, the role of Attorney-General is a privilege – and one that requires balance, accessibility and the desire to give back.

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A man of faith

At the tender age of 24, Sean Lau has already chalked up some impressive achievements, including the University Medal in Law and First Class Honours…

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A diamond among the pearls

For leading construction lawyer AMANDA DAVIDSON OAM, life is a hectic schedule of parenting, career and raising money for medical research in a field close…

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Expatriate not ex-patriot

Geoffrey Robertson QC is founder and head of the Doughty Street Chambers, the UK’s leading human rights practice.

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An ethical leader

For new Law Society of NSW president John Eades, 2015 will be about ethics, service and learning.

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A healthy business

Law and business are a good mix, says Josh Sparks, whose paleo cafes are thriving.

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Brush with the law

Art provides a wonderful balance for this lawyer who was thrilled to be named as a finalist in this year’s Archibald Prize.

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A lyrical lawyer

Maithri Panagoda is a personal injury lawyer and partner at Carroll & O’Dea. He hangs his suit coat – and his work problems – on a hook…

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Sometimes being beaten up is better

Zimbabwean human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa has endured unspeakable violence and indignity in her quest for justice.

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A life inspired by Mandela

In 1976, a 19-year-old Richard Shakenovsky found himself in the South African police force, doing his mandatory national service.

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