NSW Chief Justice Bell reflects on Bicentenary milestone of the NSW Supreme Court.

NSW Chief Justice Andrew Bell
Chief Justice Andrew Bell of New South Wales delivered a insightful speech at the Law Society of NSW's Opening of Law Term Dinner, commemorating the Bicentenary of the Supreme Court.

In his address, Chief Justice Bell covered topics such as judicial workload, the history of the courts in New South Wales, the evolving role of women in the law, indigenous incarceration, and the impact of judicial retirements.

For those interested in exploring the full text of Chief Justice Bell's speech, you can access it here. The speech delves into the significance of the Bicentenary of the Supreme Court, emphasising the court's role as a guardian of the rule of law and reflecting on its historical journey over the past two centuries.