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Gray, Beatrice

Occupation
Barrister and Lawyer

Summary

Beatrice Gray was admitted to the New South Wales Bar in 1968.

Sources used to compile this entry: Brodsky, Juliette, 'Beatrice Gray', in Pioneering Women at the NSW Bar: 1921-1975, New South Wales Bar Association, 2011, http://www.nswbar.asn.au/the-bar-association/pioneering-women/#/14_beatrice_gray; Pioneering Women at the NSW Bar: 1921-1975, New South Wales Bar Oral History, with Brodsky, Juliette, New South Wales Bar Association, 2011, http://www.nswbar.asn.au/the-bar-association/pioneering-women/; "Sources used to compile this entry: 'Beatrice Bateman Interview': Beatrice Gray, interviewed by Juliette Brodsky, 1 July 2010 about both herself and her late mother, Beatrice Bateman, Pioneering Women at the NSW Bar 1921-1975, New South Wales Bar Association, http://www.nswbar.asn.au/the-bar-association/pioneering-women/#/6_beatrice_bateman, accessed online 20 April 2016; Brodsky, Juliette, 'Beatrice Bateman Biography', Pioneering Women at the NSW Bar 1921-1975, New South Wales Bar Association, http://www.nswbar.asn.au/the-bar-association/pioneering-women/#/6_beatrice_bateman, accessed online 20 April 2016; 'A short history of the Women Lawyers' Association, courtesy of the Women Lawyers' Association', Pioneering Women at the NSW Bar 1921-1975, New South Wales Bar Association, http://archive.nswbar.asn.au/docs/about/history/oral/wbf/content/pdfs/6_beatrice_bateman/A%20Short%20History%20of%20the%20Women%20Lawyers%20Association.pdf#view=fit, accessed online 19 February 2016; New South Wales Law Almanac for 1943, Sydney: Alfred Henry Pettifer, Acting Government Printer, 1943, p. 74; New South Wales Law Almanac for 1947, Sydney: Thomas Henry Tennant, Government Printer, 1947, p. 71; New South Wales Law Almanac for 1954, A. H. Pettifer, Government Printer, Sydney, 1954, pp. 71, 75; New South Wales Law Almanac for 1959, V. C. N. Blight, Government Printer, Sydney, 1959, pp. 73, 79; 1960, pp. 74, 81; Calendar of the University of Sydney for the Year 1939, Sydney: Thomas Henry Tennant, Acting Government Printer, Publisher to the University, 1939, p. 586; Calendar of the University of Sydney for the Year 1941, Sydney: Alfred Henry Pettifer, Acting Government Printer, Publisher to the University, 1941, p. 241; 1942, p. 215; 'Catholic Mother Is Chosen As Congress Legal Officer', Catholic Weekly, Thursday 8 June 1950, p. 1, http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/146734993, accessed online 14 March 2016; Archibald Prize finalists 1942, The Art Gallery of NSW, http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/prizes/archibald/1942/, accessed online 19 February 2016; The Ryerson Index (See: 'Bateman, Beatrice Mary', The Sydney Morning Herald, 21 July 1960) ".

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