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Graham Daniel Stewart Taylor

Graham Daniel Stewart Taylor, New Zealand lawyer. Member New Zealand Law Society, International Association Procedural Law.

Background

  • Taylor, Graham Daniel Stewart was born on October 6, 1945 in Wellington, New Zealand. Son of John James and Margaret Lillias (Beard) Taylor.

  • Education

    • Student Cambridge University, 1969-1971. Graduate scholar, 1970-1972.

    Career

    • Bar: High Court, New Zealand, 1968, Supreme Court, Victoria, 1978. Junior lecturer Victoria University, Wellington, 1968-1969. Supervisor numerous university colleges, Cambridge, 1969-1972.

      Lecturer Monash University, Melbourne, 1972-1974, senior lecturer, 1975-1977. Director research administrative review, council, Canberra, 1977-1980. Solicitor Brookfield Prendergast & Company, Auckland, 1981-1982.

      Legal counsel Office of Ombudsman, Wellington, 1982-1987. Barrister, since 1987.

    Works

    • Author: Introduction to Australian Legal Process, 1975, Judicial Review, 1991. Contributor chapters to books and articles to professional journals. Contributor papers to professional conferences Member executive committee Stroke Foundation New Zealand, 1982-1983, 87-88, 90—, president, 1983-1987, 88-89.

      Chairman Disabled Persons Assembly Foundation, since 1990. Associate arbitrator Institute New Zealand. Named humanitarian trust student Cambridge University, 1969-1971.

      New Zealand University Grants Committee postgraduate scholar, 1970-1972.

    Membership

    Member New Zealand Law Society, International Association Procedural Law.

    Connections

    • Married Rosaleen Mary O'Flynn, January 20, 1968. Children– Eleanor, Charlotte, Rebecca, Richard.
    • father: John James Taylor
    • mother: Margaret Lillias (Beard) Taylor
    • spouse: Rosaleen Mary O'Flynn
    • children: Eleanor Taylor
    • Charlotte Taylor
    • Rebecca Taylor
    • Richard Taylor
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    Born October 6, 1945
    (age 72)
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