Who is Council?
The role of the president is to lead the Council in setting the corporate direction and goals and monitoring the performance of QLS.The president also works closely with the chief executive officer to ensure the effective corporate governance of Queensland Law Society. Each president is elected for a term of one year, with the deputy president succeeding to the office of president at the beginning of the second term.
The Executive Committee assist Council with the administration of the Society and implementing Council's directions and consists of a president, deputy president, immediate past president, and two elected councillors.
Ken Taylor (president)
Bill Potts (deputy president)
Chris Coyne (vice president)
Christine Smyth (immediate past president)
Ordinary members of Council:
Karen Simpson (Attorney-General’s nominee)
View the 2018 Council profiles.