Volunteers & Pro Bono Support

Arts Law gratefully acknowledges and thanks all of the people involved in the delivery of its service. In 2004, Arts Law introduced Pro Bono Awards to recognise the considerable contribution of volunteer lawyers and professionals throughout the year. The recipient of a Pro Bono Award receives an artwork from a limited edition of prints specially commissioned by Arts Law from an emerging Australian artist. In 2018, Arts Law awarded the winners with a special print by Indigenous photographer Nerelle Nicol.

2018 Arts Law Pro Bono Award Winners

Michael Easton
Michael Easton Legal

Rachel Chua
Australian Government Solicitor

Tom Lynch
Kay & Hughes

Ben Kay
Kay & Hughes

Paul Ippolito
Ippolito Lawyers

Shariqa Mestroni
Bird & Bird

Jake Blundell
Banki Haddock Fiora

Stephen Digby
Digby von Muenster Law

Chris Chow
Chris Chow Creative Lawyers

Ian McDonald
Simpsons Solicitors

Jules Munro
Simpsons Solicitors

Sally McCausland
McCausland Media Law

James Lawrence
Mills Oakley

Katherine Giles
MinterEllison

Tim Seton
Colin Biggers & Paisley

Dan Creasey
King & Wood Mallesons

Jonathan Adamopolous
Allens

Joel Barrett
Allens

Julia Taylor
Allens

Grant McAvaney
Copyright Council

Morris Averill

Richard Potter
153 Phillip Chambers

Priscilla Blackadder
Emprise Legal

Jeff Bergmann
Solubility

Elizabeth Burrows
Influence Legal

Darren Sanicki
Sanicki Lawyers

Andrew Cameron
Brett Oaten

Garey Campbell

Australian Government Solicitor

Colin Biggers & Paisley

Allens

Holding Redlich

Media Arts Lawyers

2018 Arts Law Community Pro Bono Award Winners

Katherine Grinberg
Sekel Grinberg Lawyers

Anna MacGillivray
McCullough Robertson

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