Jeremy Curthoys was appointed to the Supreme Court of Western Australia on 10 February 2014, after serving two and a half years as a Judge of the District Court.
Justice Curthoys graduated with a Bachelor of Jurisprudence (Honours) (1978) and a Bachelor of Laws (1979) from the University of Western Australia. He also graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Australia and a Master of Laws from Murdoch University.
Justice Curthoys was admitted to practice in Western Australia in December 1980. He completed his articles with Parker & Parker. Justice Curthoys left Parker & Parker in June 1984 and worked for Freshfields in London. In 1985 he returned to Perth and commenced practice at the Independent Bar. He was appointed to the District Court from John Toohey Chambers.
Justice Curthoys has written or edited books on: advocacy; wills, probate and administration; and civil procedure.
Justice Curthoys is President of the State Administrative Tribunal.
Last updated: 30-Sep-2015
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