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Law Institute of Victoria 2017 Annual General Meeting

Law Institute of Victoria 2017 Annual General Meeting

By LIV Media

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Three new members have been elected to the Law Institute of Victoria Council, following Wednesday night’s LIV Annual General Meeting in Melbourne.

There were nine vacancies available on the LIV Council including five entrenched positions for the Country Legal Practitioners, Corporate Legal Practitioners, Government Legal Practitioners, Law Firms Australia and New Legal Practitioners categories.

Six current LIV Council members have been re-elected. They are Belinda Wilson (Country category), Gerard Bean (Law Firms Australia), Stuart Webb (Corporate), Brendan Lacota (New Legal), Sam Pandya (Suburban) and Molina Asthana (Government).

The three new members are Allan Swan (City category), Kathy Wilson (City) and Meghan Warren (Suburban). The new term for each Council member commences on 1 January 2018.

LIV Presidency

Belinda Wilson has been appointed as LIV President for a second term.

Ms Wilson said: “The LIV has a busy year ahead and will be actively engaged in supporting our 19,000 members and discussing significant issues to make sure that we make a difference for the Victorian legal profession and the community.”

LIV Council for 2018

The LIV Council for 2018 is Belinda Wilson (President), Stuart Webb (President-Elect), Sam Pandya (Vice-President), Molina Asthana, Gerard Bean, Caroline Counsel, Maryjane Crabtree, Brendan Lacota, Simon Libbis, Michael Lombard, John McPherson, Tom May, Zubair Mian, Carrie O’Shea, Allan Swan, Meghan Warren, Kathy Wilson and Tania Wolff.

Thank you

Two members are leaving the LIV Council. They are Sue Kee and Patrick Holt. The LIV sincerely thanks Ms Kee and Mr Holt for their passion, commitment and service to the Council and the LIV membership and the community.

 


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