14 Mill Street Perth
Join us as we celebrate the official opening of Law Week 2018, and recognise the contributions made by members of the legal profession to the WA community with a breakfast and keynote address from the Attorney General of Western Australia, The Hon John Quigley MLA.
The Attorney General will deliver a keynote address on the Law Week Theme “A Focus on Law and Justice in the Community”.
The Law Society is delighted to once again host the Attorney General’s Community Service Law Awards at the event.
To register for this event, please complete the registration form available above or book online.
Tables of 8 and individual bookings are available.
If you have any queries, please call the membership team on (08) 9324 8692.
John Robert Quigley was born in Perth in 1949, and educated at Aquinas College, Perth.
His early career, after leaving school at the end of Year 10, was far-removed from politics and the legal profession. He worked on sheep stations as a shearer, general roustabout and labourer, in the remote regions of the Murchison and Pilbara in Western Australia. He then pursued other careers including truck driving.
In his early 20s, John sought to further his education. This led him to the University of Western Australia where he graduated with a law degree.
After being an Articled Clerk with the firm Kott Wallace and Gunning, John was admitted as barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Western Australia. He practised as a lawyer for 25 years mainly in criminal law.
On 10 February 2001, John was elected to the Parliament as the Member for Innaloo.
He has contested and won all subsequent WA Legislative Assembly elections and is currently the member for Butler. From April 2009 to March 2017, John was the Shadow Attorney General.
John was sworn in as the WA Attorney General on 16 March 2017.