Tribunal Members are usually appointed by a State or Federal Governor or Attorney-General. To be eligible, you need to have completed a law degree and have been licensed to practise law for a minimum of eight years, although most Tribunal Members have a lot more experience before being appointed.
Registration with the relevant state or territory board may be needed to work as a Tribunal Member.
Checks, licences and tickets
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