The Honourable Justice Debra A Mullins

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Judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland
16 March 2000–

Justice Mullins is a graduate of The University of Queensland—Bachelor of Commerce (1977), Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (1980) and Master of Laws (Advanced) (1999).

Justice Mullins undertook articles of clerkship at Kinsey Bennett & Gill (1978–1980) and was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland on 5 February 1980.

After being admitted as a barrister of the Supreme Court of Queensland on 26 April 1984, Justice Mullins commenced practice at the Bar in Brisbane. Her Honour was appointed Senior Counsel on 17 November 1998.

Justice Mullins was a member of the Equalising Opportunities in the Law Committee of the Law Council of Australia (1995-2000) and part-time member of the Queensland Law Reform Commission from 1996 to 2002.

Justice Mullins has served as Deputy Chancellor (2004–2014) and Chancellor (2014–) of the Anglican Diocese of Brisbane and is an adjunct professor at Griffith University Law School (2006–09).

Her Honour was featured in 'A Woman's Place: 100 years of Queensland Women Lawyers', published by the Supreme Court Library Queensland in 2005.

Justice Mullins received the Queensland Law Society’s Agnes McWhinney Award in 2009 for her outstanding contribution to the legal profession and community. Her Honour was appointed a Doctor of the University by Griffith University in 2010.

Justice Mullins was appointed a judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2000.

Further biographical details are available on request.

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