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The Case that changed me - Kingsley Liu, May edition of the NSW LSJ

13 May 2019 11:54 AM | John Arthur (Administrator)

The road for our cultural diversity may actually be unplanned but a cohesive journey with other parallel travellers. What started as a simple council development application to build a local prayer hall in Kemps Creek snowballed into a politically charged litigation fought in the media and the court room. Kingsley Liu tells Melissa Coade how his pro bono work for a small Indian Islamic community led him to represent other important human rights causes. See: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5ei9obi76n8vtn5/The%20case%20that%20changed%20me.pdf?dl=0

The article appeared in Issue 55 Law Society Journal, May 2019 at p 66

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