Special service for new law term

February 16, 2016 by J-Wire Staff
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Sydney’s The Great Synagogue has hosted the annual service to mark the opening of the legal term.

Law service. NSW Attorney-General Gabrielle Upton in black front right.  Photo: Ben Apfelbaum

Law service. NSW Attorney-General Gabrielle Upton in black front right. Photo: Ben Apfelbaum

The Chief Justice, the Hon Tom Bathurst led the procession of judges and lawyers and afterwards addressed the official dinner. Other guests included NSW Attorney General Gabrielle Upton and the President of the Court of Appeal.
Former Commonwealth Solicitor-General David Bennett-QC watches on as his wife Justice Annabelle Bennett reads the prayer for the welfare of the Queen and the Leaders of Nations   Photo: Ben Apfelbaum

Former Commonwealth Solicitor-General David Bennett-QC watches on as his wife Justice Annabelle Bennett reads the prayer for the welfare of the Queen and the Leaders of Nations Photo: Ben Apfelbaum

The service was conducted by the Chief Minister, Rabbi Dr Benjamin Elton, Cantor Joshua Weinberger and The Great Synagogue Choir, conducted by Robert Teicher, Rabbi Alon Meltzer of the ACT Jewish Community took part in the service as the first Canberra rabbi to do so. The judges, lawyers and other guests commented on the beauty of the service, the insightful sermon and the importance of the event in promoting the connections between the legal and Jewish communities.”

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2 Responses to “Special service for new law term”
  1. Samuel Terry says:

    Strange, the name of the ‘new law term’ is not given. Too infrā dignitātem these days?

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