Formal Dinner with Justice Francois Kunc, NSW Supreme Court Judge
May 10 2017
Francois Kunc has been a Supreme Court Judge since March 2013, following 27 years of practising law - 21 years as a barrister and six years as a Senior Counsel. He had a wide-ranging commercial and equity practice at the NSW Bar, including acting for the Commonwealth government and major public companies.
His Honour was the president of the Law and Literature Association of Australia, and serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Equity. For a long time he was the secretary of Sir Thomas More society, and was deputy chair of the Archdiocese of Sydney Liturgical Commission. He is also involved with the Layne Beachley Aim for the Stars Foundation.
The Renaissance judge is fluent in six languages and has a great love of music – he has been a cantor at St Mary’s Cathedral, and is on the board of the Opera Australia Capital Fund.