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Law As a Service

With Mark Fenlon, Qld Police Service

Law Seminar Series - Advocacy & Criminal Sentencing

Tuesday 2 May 2023, 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Where: Bld 145, Room 030, JCU Townsville, Bebegu Yumba campus, Douglas

Is practicing law all about billable hours? Not according to Mark Fenlon, Senior Prosecutor at the Queensland Police Service. In this week’s seminar Mark shares not only his journey as a public servant, but also the many opportunities he has gotten on the back of putting himself out there. In this presentation find out how engaging in different service opportunities will help you build your legal career.

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Mark Fenlon is a Senior Prosecutor for the Queensland Police Service. Mark was a graduate of JCU and has been in the legal industry for nearly 20 years, and worked as solicitor for more than 17 years. He has experience in both private practice and as solicitor in the public service. In 2007 Mark received the QLS President’s Award for Queensland Young Lawyer of the Year.  He has received Assistant Commissioner and Executive Directors citations for his work in the Domestic Violence area and for the prosecution of a major drug trafficking syndicate.  Mark was President of the Townsville District Law Association from 2018 – 2020, is a member of the QLS’ Wellbeing Working Group and is the QLS’ representative to the Law Council of Australia’s Regional, Rural and Remote Lawyers Committee. Mark lectures at JCU in Criminal Law and Advocacy and Criminal Sentencing. 

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