Dr Richard Ingleby joins the ALJ

Dr Richard Ingleby joins the ALJ

We are delighted to announce that Dr Richard Ingleby will be joining The Australian Law Journal team as the new Section Editor of the Family Law section, as our outgoing editor Dr Anthony Dickey QC retires from the post which he has held since 1988.

Dr Richard Ingleby becomes the editor of the Family Law Section with extensive experience as an academic and as a barrister specialising in family law appeals and complex property settlement cases.

He holds an undergraduate law degree and doctorate from Oxford University and a Masters of Law degree from Cambridge University and has previously had permanent or visiting academic appointments in Australia, England, the United States and China.

His published works include 3 books and more than 50 book chapters and articles in professional texts and academic journals.

He is also the General Editor of our Family Law Review journal, and a member of the Editorial Board and past Editor of the Australian Journal of Family Law.

Dr Ingleby’s contributions commence with Volume 91 Part 2 of the ALJ. We take great pleasure in welcoming him to the Journal.

Thomson Reuters also takes this opportunity to warmly thank Dr Anthony Dickey QC for his many years of dedication to the role ever since “Family Law” was first introduced as a fixed Section in the ALJ, and which he has nurtured to become a core part of the ALJ that readers know today.

Dr Dickey’s extraordinary contributions are also touched upon in Justice François Kunc’s Current Issues in Volume 91 Part 2 of the ALJ.