The members of Michael Kirby Chambers in Western Australia take their inspiration from the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG.


Members take on board the responsibility they have in practising under the banner of Michael Kirby Chambers, to emulate the high ethical standards which have been and continue to be reflected in the work of the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG as an eminent jurist of national and international standing, with an enviable record of service to the law and the protection of fundamental human rights.

They are guided in the practice of law by his unswerving respect for the Rule of Law and pursuit of justice and equality before the law, for all. 

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The Members of Michael Kirby Chambers in Western Australia work in a variety of areas of legal practice and contribute to the community by sharing their knowledge and skills in the presentation of lectures and articles on legal topics and the provision of  pro bono legal services to those in need.        


Indigenous Equality - The Long Road (G McIntyre SC, Griffiths Journal of Law & Human Dignity, Vol 8, No. 2 of 2021)


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The long shadow

The Barristers practising in Michael Kirby Chambers in Western Australia have chosen as the symbol of its Chambers the long shadow of its namesake, Michael Kirby, signifying his influence upon the development of the law over his lengthy career. We take as our inspiration in  our practice of the law his consistent vigilance in his analysis of the law to ensure that, as he has said, the legal decision-making process does not proceed on the pretence "that the solutions to all of the complex problems of the law today, unresolved by incontestably clear and applicable texts, can be answered by the application of nothing more than purely verbal reasoning and strict logic to words" and must take into account "emotions of ordinary citizens".