QLRC President re-appointed

Fleur Kingham will continue as chair of the Queensland Law Reform Commission. Photos: Supplied

President Fleur Kingham has been re-appointed as Queensland Law Reform Commission (QLRC) Chair and part-time Member, along with Dr Alice Taylor who has also been re-appointed.

Executive Director Matthew Corrigan said maintaining continuity of its Commission members was important in delivering a high standard of excellence in its law reform work.

“Both President Kingham and Dr Taylor are highly respected legal professionals with extensive expertise in their respective areas,” Mr Corrigan said.

“Their reappointments are a real boon to the Commission. We are pleased that President Kingham will continue as Chair of the QLRC following her retirement as President of the Land Court. 

“President Kingham has had an extensive career include positions on the Land and Resources Tribunal, the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, and as a Judge of the District Court of Queensland.

“Dr Taylor, who is a part-time Commission member, also has a wealth of experience – specifically in the field of academia.


“She is an Assistant Professor at Bond University and was awarded a PhD from ANU in 2020, which focused on discrimination law in Australia, the United Kingdom and Canada.

“Prior to entering academia, Dr Taylor worked as a solicitor at a top-tier commercial law firm, an Associate at the Supreme Court of Queensland and the Legal Research Officer at the High Court of Australia.”

The reappointments are for a three-year term ending 31 March 2027.

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