Nicholas Kearns: Whip it up and start again
Kearns was president of the High Court from 2009 to 2015. Now he has a new job, as chairman of the Personal Injuries Commission, where one of his biggest challenges is satisfactorily defining whiplash injuries to motorists
Some people might see their seventies as a decade to put their feet up and sit back. But not former High Court president Nicholas Kearns. Two years after retiring from the bench, he is dressed in a suit when we meet, and happy to have his fingers in numerous pies.
Kearns is on the boards of PwC and the National Maternity Hospital, and acts as a trustee of the Gate Theatre. On a more personal...
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