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Ms GILLARD was admitted to practice law in WA on 4 May, 1992

Thanks to Seeker of Truth for this important find.

GILLARD was only admitted to practice law in Western Australia on 4 May, 1992. 

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That is around the time that the AWU Workplace Reform Association application for incorporation was refused on the grounds it was ineligible.

Here' Seeker of Truth:

Now this date being 4 May 1992 is important. Gillard was working and advising on that AWU Fatal Accident & Death Trust Fund Deed prior to that date. Preparations for the Deed began in February 1992 when she opened her S&G file
 
http://www.michaelsmithnews.com/2018/04/gillard-wilson-and-slater-gordons-dealings-with-money-set-aside-for-widows-and-orphans.html
 
The Deed was signed in March 1992. It is mentioned in the AWU WA branch minutes of 30 March. http://michaelsmithnews.typepad.com/files/boulder-the-final-version.pdf
 
It was stamped in 23 April 1992. https://www.scribd.com/document/374470635/Slater-and-Gordon-s-Trust-Deed-for-the-AWU-WA-Death-Benefits-Fatality-Fund
 
At all material times, Gillard was not registered to practise law in WA in her early dealings with this Trust Fund. She was admitted as a solicitor in WA on 4 May 1992 and therefore she could give legal advice to the Fund members who attended the Boulder Town Hall hearing on Saturday 16 May 1992 http://michaelsmithnews.typepad.com/.a/6a0177444b0c2e970d01bb07e8ac5d970d-800wi
 
Therefore whatever she did in WA as a solicitor on and after 4 May 1992 was permitted under the law and what she did prior to that date, she had no capacity to act as a solicitor in WA.
 
Why did she choose the May 1992? From my understanding of interstate solicitors seeking registration in WA, you had to apply to the Supreme Court of WA. I know that an Affidavit and notarised documents were involved but I am unsure if a person's attendance before the Court was necessary. Maybe others can assist on this protocol.
 
This listing was right before our eyes but we overlooked it. I hope Michael can do something with it.

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