New Tasmanian Children’s Commissioner

Congratulations to Mr Paul Mason, who has been appointed Tasmania’s new Commissioner for Children. Mr Mason commenced on 23 April 2007 for a term of three years. Mr Mason has a background in family law as a solicitor and barrister with 27 years of experience across three states, including being a children’s representative in over… Read More »Custom Single Post Header

Family Law Section Law Council of Australia Award
Member of Queensland law society
Family law Practitioners Association
International Academy of Family Lawyers - IAFL
Mediator Standards Board

New Tasmanian Children’s Commissioner

Congratulations to Mr Paul Mason, who has been appointed Tasmania’s new Commissioner for Children. Mr Mason commenced on 23 April 2007 for a term of three years.

Mr Mason has a background in family law as a solicitor and barrister with 27 years of experience across three states, including being a children’s representative in over 200 mediation cases and acting as an independent children’s lawyer in the Family Court. Mr Mason brings a strong commitment to achieiving optimal outcomes for children, through negotiation and mediation skills to his position as Tasmania’s next Commissioner for Children.

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