OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA
The Honourable Justice Mark Samuel WEINBERG
For distinguished service to the judiciary and to the law, particularly through reforms to criminal law and procedure, to legal education in Victoria, and to the administration of justice in Fiji and Norfolk Island. Service includes: The Law: Judge, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of Victoria, since 2008. Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Norfolk Island, 2005-2008. Additional Judge, Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory, 2003-2008. Non-resident Judge, Supreme Court of Fiji, 2003-2008. Judge, Federal Court of Australia (Melbourne), 1998-2008. Part time member, Australian Law Reform Commission, 1998-2006. Practice, Victorian Bar, 1991-1998. Admitted as Barrister-at-Law, King's Inns Dublin, 1991. Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions, 1988-1991. Appointed Queen's Counsel, all other Australian States and Territories, 1987-1998. Appointed Queen's Counsel, Victoria, 1986. Called to Victorian Bar, 1975. Admitted as Barrister and Solicitor, Supreme Court of Victoria, 1975. Admitted as Barrister and Solicitor, Supreme Court of New South Wales, 1974. Adjunct Professor, Deakin University, current. University of Melbourne: Dean, Faculty of Law, 1984-1985. Deputy-Dean and Acting Dean, 1982-1983. Reader in Law, 1981-1985. Senior Lecturer, 1975-1981. Board Member, Faculty of Law, Monash University, 1996-2003 and Research Assistant and Tutor, 1971. Visiting Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Canada, 1975. Senior Lecturer in Law, University of New South Wales, 1974-1975; Lecturer in Law, 1972-1973. Chairman, Leo Cussen Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 2000-2008. Deputy President, Federal Police Disciplinary Tribunal, 2001-2007. Published three books, 16 articles in legal and academic journals, four chapters in books, and presented numerous papers at professional and academic conferences. Awards and recognition includes: Inns of Court Fellowship, 2016-2017. Fellow, Australian Academy of Law. Recipient, Vinerian Scholarship, an award to the top BCL scholar, Oxford University, 1972.
MEMBER (AM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA
Adjunct Professor the Honourable Nahum MUSHIN
For significant service to the judiciary, particularly to family law, to legal education, and to the welfare of children. Service includes: Judge, Family Court of Australia, 1990-2011. Presidential Member, Administrative Appeals Tribunal, 2005-2011. Regional Coordinating Judge (VIC, TAS), 2004-2008. Chair, National Cultural Diversity Committee, 2004-2011. Chair, National Steering Committee, Living in Harmony Partnership, 2004. Chair, Chief Justice's Ethnic Advisory Committee, 1994-2004. Project Leader, Family Court of Australia/AusAid/Indonesia-Australia Legal Development Facility, 2004-2008. Monash University: Adjunct Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, since 2011. Board Member, Faculty of Law, 2000-2008. Member, Victorian Legal Aid Consultative Committee, 1996-1999. Member, National Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Council, 1995-1997. Executive Member, Family Law Section, Law Council of Australia, 1988-1990. Consultant, Matrimonial Property Reference, Australian Law Reform Commission, 1985-1986 and Past Consultant, Victorian Law Reform Commission. Barrister, 1980-1990 and Solicitor, 1972-1980. Chair, Forced Adoptions Implementation Working Group, Government of Australia, 2013-2014. Chair, Forced Adoptions Apology Reference Group, Government of Australia, 2012- 2013. Special Adviser, Australian Psychological Society, Forced Adoptions, since 2015. Co-Patron, Chances for Children, Mallee Family Care, Mildura, Victoria, since 2002. Chair, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Australia, Melbourne, Victoria, 2002-2007.
MEDAL (OAM) OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA IN THE GENERAL DIVISION
Dr Leonard Jack KLIMAN
For service to medicine in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology. Service includes: Chairman of Obstetrics, Epworth Freemasons, Epworth HealthCare, since 2011; Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, since 1990. Deputy Director, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Clinical Institute, 2011-2015; Director of Obstetrics, since 2015; Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist/Head of Unit, The Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne, 1985-2000; Obstetrician in Charge, Chemical Dependency Unit, 1991-2005; Head, Fetal Management Unit, 1994-2002; Senior Registrar, 1985; Resident and Registrar, 1980-1982. Awarded the Tracy Maud Travelling Scholarship, specialised in High Risk pregnancies, Chemical Dependency and HIV Management in Pregnancy, at a number of hospitals in New York, USA, 1987. Assistant Registrar, Royal Hampshire County Hospital, UK, 1983-1984. Senior Lecturer, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Melbourne, since 1990. Fellow, Royal Australian College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, since 1985; Member, since1983. Member of a range of professional medical organisations including: Australasian Society for Ultrasound Medicine. Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy and Surgery Society. Australia and New Zealand Vulvovaginal Society. Australian Society of Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology. Society of Obstetric Medicine of Australia and New Zealand
Mr William John MEAKLIM
For service to Australian rules football. Service includes: Involved in a range of roles with the Richmond Football Club since 1973 including as: Club Statistician, 'for 25 years'. Club Historian, since 1986. Chairman of Museum Committee, 'for 20 years'. Life Member, 1992. Secretary, Richmond Former Players and Officials Association, since 2002 and Life Member 2010. Member, AFL Heritage Group, since 1996. Tommy Haffey Club: TH Club Award, 2010. Life Member, 2013. Hawthorn Community Gardens: President, since 2004. Treasurer, 'for 11 years'. Life Member, 2008. Involved with the Gardens since 1984. Held a range of roles with the Washington Cricket Club as a coach, Chairman of Selectors, Scorer and Mentor, 1979-1985 and 1987-2016. Coach, Mackie Cricket Club, 1985-1987. Member, Melbourne High School Old Boys Association, 'for many years'.