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Justice Middleton graduated from the University of Melbourne as Bachelor of Laws and from the University of Oxford as Bachelor of Civil Law and was the Winter Williams Scholar (University of Oxford 1976).
Bloomfield holds a Master of Arts degree in Foreign Affairs and Trade from Monash University, a Bachelor of Letters in Political Science and French and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Arts in Modern Greek from the University of Melbourne.
attends law school at night and after completing his law school studies receives a bachelor of laws degree.
Abbott holds a Bachelor of Laws from Kings College London University, and spent the early part of his career as a member of the London Metropolitan Police force.
Arinc, born in 1948, completed his high school studies in the western province of Manisa and further completed his Bachelor of Laws degree in 1970 from the University of Ankara.
A graduate of Fordham University, he earned a bachelor of laws degree from St.
Calvert earned a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honors) degree from the University of Sydney and was a pilot in the Royal Australian Navy Fleet Air Arm.
He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree, a Bachelor of Laws Degree, and Master of Laws Degree all from The University of Texas.