Tasmanian News

Former DPP to practice Law in Launceston

 Tim Ellis

Tasmania's former Director of Public Prosecutions looks set to practice law again.

Senior Counsel Tim Ellis has been granted a practising certificate by the Law Society of Tasmania and will run a chambers in Launceston.

He was sacked in January for his role in a crash on the Midland Highway which claimed the life of a young Launceston woman,twenty seven year old Natalia Pearn.

 Tim Ellis

Tasmania's former Director of Public Prosecutions looks set to practice law again.

Senior Counsel Tim Ellis has been granted a practising certificate by the Law Society of Tasmania and will run a chambers in Launceston.

He was sacked in January for his role in a crash on the Midland Highway which claimed the life of a young Launceston woman,twenty seven year old Natalia Pearn.

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