14 Commw. L. Bull. 501 (1988)

handle is hein.journals/commwlb14 and id is 557 raw text is: January, 1988
Following the Federal elections in July 1987 and as part of major changes to the
structure of Administration, there is now a Minister for Justice. The Hon Lionel
Bowen, MP, remains in the Cabinet as Deputy Prime Minister and Attorney-
General and in his capacity as Attorney-General has overall responsibility for law
enforcement functions previously handled by the Special Minister of State. The
Minister for Justice who will assist the Attorney-General within his portfolio, is
Senator the Hon Michael Tate.
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Following the retirement of Mr John J O'Neill, QC, the first Chairman of the
New Law Reform Commission, Mr J Derek Green, QC, has been appointed
Chairman. Mrs Carol Ann Beson, Mrs Linda Hunt Black, Madame Justice
Margaret A Cameron, Mr Thomas W Marshall, QC, Mr Carl R Thompson and
Mr John F Roil have been appointed Commissioners for a three-year term effective
from 13 April 1987.
The Hon Richard Ground has been appointed Attorney-General.
Following the recent elections and the change of Government the Hon
Christodoulos Chrysanthou has been appointed Minister of Justice. The Hon
Stella Soulioti remains as Attorney-General.
Mr Justice Kutlu Fuad, a former Director of the Legal Division of the Common-
wealth Secretariat, has been appointed as a Vice-President of the Court of Appeal
to preside over one of its three divisions.
The Hon Shri Bindeshwari Dubey has been appointed Minister of Law and Justice.
The following judicial appointments took effect from 6 January 1988-
1. The Hon John William Corrin, Her Majesty's First Deemster and Clerk of the

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