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Wayne Roger Haylen QC is a Judge of the New South Wales Industrial Court(i).
Wayne Haylen was educated at Canterbury Boys High School(ii) before attending the University of Sydney. He founded the Youth Campaign Against Conscription and in September 1965 took the initiative in regular mass demonstrations against the war and conscription(iii), he was photographed burning his national service registration card at a rally in Belmore Park Sydney on 3 February 1966(iv). A BA was conferred in 1967 and a LLB in 1971(v).
Wayne Haylen was admitted to the Bar in 1976 (vi) and practised as a barrister in Sydney (14th Floor Wardell Chambers)(vii), H.B. Higgins Chambers and Denman Chambers until 2001(viii).
At the Bar his main areas of practise were Industrial Law; Administrative Law; Anti-Discrimination and Legal Professional Standards & Discipline(x).
Haylen J became a Judge of the Industrial Court of New South Wales in 2001, he is also a Deputy President Member, Industrial Court of NSW(xi).
Haylen J was appointed by the NSW Attorney-General, John Hatzistergos to part-time deputy president of the Administrative Decisions Tribunal and head of the tribunal's legal services division in 2008(xii).
Family and Social Matters
He married Joan Evatt in 1973 and they have a son and daughter(xiii).
Member Racing Appeals Tribunal 2002–present. Member Harness Racing Appeals Tribunal 2003–present. Member Greyhound Racing Appeals Tribunal 2003–present. Member Racing Appeals Panel, NSW Thoroughbred Racing Board 1997-2001 Chairman Australian Consumers Association 1988-1994. Member Australian Consumers Association 1978 - 1994. Member Local Government Minister's Reform Task Force 1996-1999. Member NSW Privacy Committee 1981 to 1993. Member NSW Consumers Advisory Council established under the Consumer Protection Act and appointed by the Minister to represent the interests of consumers 1978-82(xiv).
Racing, Golf, Racehorse Breeding, Theatre(xv).
1967 Certificate of Appreciation from the Commissioner of Police re the apprehension of a person convicted of shooting with intent to murder Rt Hon A A Calwell, Leader of the Opposition. 1977 Recipient of Queen's Silver Jubilee Medal
Editorial Board "Human Resources Law Bulletin" [1996-2001]. Co-Editor: "Mills - Federal Industrial Law" with M Moore Consultant: "Mills - Federal Industrial Law" [1980-1981]. Reporter: "Australian Law Reports" [ 1976-1979].
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