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Sixth meeting of Quintet of Attorneys-General

Hon Christopher Finlayson
Attorney-General

9 July 2014

Sixth meeting of Quintet of Attorneys-General

Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson is attending the sixth annual Quintet meeting of Attorneys-General, being held in London this week.

The Quintet is an annual meeting of the Attorneys-General of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States and England and Wales, to share ideas and experiences, in particular on complex and cross-border legal issues.

It is taking place between the 9th and the 11th of July.

The annual meeting is also being attended by:

• Senator the Hon George Brandis QC – Attorney General of Australia
• Hon Peter Gordon MacKay, PC, QC, MP - Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
• Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP - Attorney General, England and Wales
• Hon Eric H. Holder, Jr. - Attorney General, United States of America

ENDS

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