Victoria Attorney-General Robert Clark
New Appointment To The Magistrates’ Court
Victor P Taffa
Attorney-General Robert Clark today announced the appointment of Hugh Radford to the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria.
Mr. Clark said Mr. Radford is the founder and principal of Radford Legal and brings over 20 years of legal experience to the position.
“Mr. Radford was admitted to practise in the Supreme Courts of NSW in 1989 and Victoria in 1990.” Mr. Clark said.
“He was later appointed Litigation Partner at Lewis Walker in Melbourne where he practised in commercial law and insurance litigation.”
“Mr. Radford established his own practice, Radford Legal, in 1997. His firm provides advice to clients in and around towns including Donald, Wedderburn, Stawell and St. Arnaud, and also has an office in Melbourne.”
“Mr. Radford brings to the Magistrates’ Court experience in advising and representing clients in areas including criminal law, family law, commercial law, conveyancing and civil litigation.”
Mr. Radford holds a Bachelor of Laws from Sydney University and a Bachelor of Economics from La Trobe University.
“I congratulate Mr. Radford on his appointment to the Magistrates’ Court, and look forward to his ongoing contribution to the state’s judicial system.” Mr. Clark said.