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Who'll be the next judges of the High Court?

OPINION: Professor George Williams, The Sydney Morning Herald, 17 November 2014.

The Abbott government will soon make two very significant appointments. They arise due to the retirements of Justices Kenneth Hayne and Susan Crennan from the High Court. The Constitution mandates that High Court judges must retire at 70, the so-called "statutory age of senility", which for Hayne is on June 5 and Crennan on July 1 next year.

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