Perry Q Wood

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Perry Q Wood is an Australian lawyer and jurist with expertise in international affairs and legal experience spanning both public and private practice.

He is National Vice-President of the Australian Institute of Administrative Law, an Asia-Pacific council member of the International Association of Refugee and Migration Judges and a council member of the Australian Institute of International Affairs in Victoria. 

Earlier in his career he trained as a solicitor at Clayton Utz and served as the Chief Judge’s Associate at the County Court of Victoria (Associate to His Honour Chief Judge Michael Rozenes AO QC) before practising as a Principal Solicitor with the Victorian Government and as a principal in private practice.

He has previously served on the Board of the Faculty of Law at Monash University and holds a Master of Laws (LL.M) degree from the same university.

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