Council of the National Library of Australia reappointment
Mr Thomas Bradley QC has been reappointed to the Council of the National Library of Australia (NLA) for a second three year term.
15 November 2017
Mr Bradley has been a barrister for more than 15 years and was appointed a Queen’s Counsel in 2013. He has worked as a solicitor at the Supreme Court of Queensland and as an Industrial Law lecturer at the University of Queensland.
Mr Bradley is also currently the president of Access Arts Inc, a Queensland organisation assisting people experiencing disability or disadvantage to engage with the arts.
The Council is the NLA’s governing body which includes the Director-General, a representative of the Senate and a representative of the House of Representatives.
The NLA documents resources of national significance with more than 10 million items in its collection ranging from books, journals, newspapers, music scores, maps, e-resources, websites and manuscripts.