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Ash, Christopher

Christopher Ash

Christopher Ash2014 Menzies Scholar in Law

Christopher holds a Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Queensland, and received numerous academic prizes. He is currently working as a lawyer with Minter Ellison in Brisbane and was previously Associate to the Honourable Justice Applegarth in the Supreme Court of Queensland.

Christopher has been awarded a one year Menzies scholarship to Oxford University to study for the Bachelor of Civil Law commencing in October 2014. The law around privacy and freedom of speech, and the changes in criminal law in Queensland are two debates to which he would like to contribute on his return to Australia.