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June Anstee – Tribunal President

Ms Anstee has over 25 years’ experience as a practicing lawyer with extensive knowledge of Court practice and procedure, having worked in both the public and private sectors. She has previously served as a member of the Brisbane City Councillor Conduct Review Panel, the Local Government Regional Conduct Review Panels and Mental Health Review Tribunal.


Avelina Tarrago - casual member

Ms Tarrago is a Wangkamadla woman from central-west Queensland and is a barrister-at-law in private practice, as a member of North Quarter Lane Chambers, who has a general practice with a focus on regulatory and administrative law. Prior to being called to establishing private practice in 2019, Ms Tarrago worked across State and Federal government for 17 years in various legal roles including as a Federal Prosecutor, Senior Legal Officer for the Office of the Health Ombudsman and most recently as Counsel Assisting the Coroner. Ms Tarrago is actively involved in a number of legal policy committees relating to issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, including the Law Council of Australia, Bush Heritage Australia and the Indigenous Lawyers Association of Queensland.

David Gill - casual member

Mr Gill has a background in Human Resources and has performed roles at the Director and Executive Director level in this field. These positions included experience in undertaking investigations of a complex and sensitive nature. He has held roles on the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal as an Assessor, the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency Performance and Professional Standards Panel and as a Director of the Appeals and Advocacy Branch, Legal Division of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. Most relevantly, Mr Gill has also been a Member of the Brisbane City Council Councillor Conduct Review Panel since 2014. Mr Gill has extensive experience in public sector administration and ethics, having been a senior public servant for the Commonwealth, in New South Wales and in Queensland and has post-graduate qualifications in administrative law.

Jane Bishop - casual member

Ms Bishop is a lawyer who has served on a number of tribunals in Australia, the United Kingdom and Nauru since her appointment to the Social Security Appeals Tribunal in 2007. She is currently a member of the Mental Health Tribunal (Queensland) and the Nauru Refugee Status Review Tribunal.

Jane Stuckey - casual member

Ms Stuckey is a lawyer and mediator by training and is accredited in Government (Workplace) Investigations. She was previously with the United Nations mission in Kosovo and with the Kosovo Judge and Prosecutors Committee, part of which included developing a post-war code of conduct for judicial officers and prosecutors. She is currently engaged as a Reviewer for the Immigration Assessment Authority and as an Assessor for the Professional Standards of the Catholic Church.

Brendan Walker-Munro - casual member

Mr Walker-Munro is a lawyer with extensive experience in leading and managing teams of investigators, auditors and compliance officers in civil and administrative investigations across State and Federal levels. He is currently employed as an Investigations Manager with the Australian Taxation Office.

Timothy Ryan - casual member

Mr Ryan is a private practicing barrister with over 30 years’ experience in criminal law, personal injuries law, industrial law, administrative law and regulatory prosecutions and is currently a member of the Court of Appeal pro-bono panel. He was previously a Crown Prosecutor and Senior Crown Prosecutor in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Peter Black - casual member

Mr Black is a lawyer with over 32 years’ experience in criminal law, WorkCover and employment law, personal injuries law, administrative law, Local Government prosecutions, Native Title and discrimination law. Mr Black is currently the Principal of Black & Co lawyers.

Sally Robb - casual member

Ms Robb is a private practicing barrister. She specialises in public and administrative law, inquests and commissions of inquiry, health law, human rights and discrimination law, corporations law and regulatory proceedings and criminal and quasi-criminal law. She is currently a member of the Administrative Law Committee of the Bar Association of Queensland.