08/10/2010 - 11:47

Len Roberts-Smith to retire from CCC

08/10/2010 - 11:47

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The Commissioner of the Corruption and Crime Commission Len Roberts-Smith QC has announced his intention to retire early next year.

Len Roberts-Smith to retire from CCC

The Commissioner of the Corruption and Crime Commission Len Roberts-Smith QC has announced his intention to retire early next year.

Mr Roberts-Smith will step down on January 31, 2011, giving the government almost four months to replace him.

He was appointed CCC Commissioner on June 5, 2007.

He has had a decorated legal career, which began in 1978 at the then new Legal Aid Commission.

He began a private practice in February 1989 and was appointed Queen's Counsel in December 1989.

In November 2000 he became a Justice in the Supreme Court.

Four years later he was appointed one of the inaugural Judges of the Court of Appeal.

Mr Roberts-Smith will be 64 when he retires.

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