And the prestigious insurance law prize goes to...

And the prestigious insurance law prize goes to... | Insurance Business

And the prestigious insurance law prize goes to...
The Australian Insurance Law Association (AILA) has presented Justice Martin Daubney, of the Queensland Supreme Court, its prestigious insurance law prize for 2017, in recognition of his substantial contributions to insurance law.

Daubney was appointed to the Queensland Supreme Court in July 2007. Prior to that, he was a senior counsel and a leading mediator for all kinds of insurance disputes.

“(Daubney) has been very supportive of AILA since his appointment to the bench and regularly involved in AILA events,” said Angus Kench, AILA national president. “In 2016, he presented the Geoff Masel Memorial Lecture around Australia; in 2014 he chaired a full day of the National Conference on Hamilton Island; and in 2017 was a member of the judging panel for the Queensland final of AILA’s Ron Shorter award for public speaking.”

Before Daubney became a judge, he was president of the Bar Association of Queensland and served on its council for more than a decade.


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