Campbell Hudson | Hot 40 2014

Campbell Hudson, Gadens

Campbell Hudson | Hot 40 2014
Campbell HudsonCampbell Hudson, Gadens

Hudson (pictured, centre) has played an integral part in helping reduce the socio-economic gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, having led Gadens’ flagship Lilla Aboriginal Community Engagement project last year. The project involved lawyers from the firm travelling to the remote Lilla Aboriginal community in the Watarrka National Park and working with school students and teachers from the Watarrka School to write a school song, with the objective of inspiring the children to progress through education. The students were then sent on a sponsored educational visit to Sydney, where they performed and recorded the Watarrka School Song.

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Partner, Gadens, Sydney office
Years of Experience:
Over 25 years of legal practice.
  • 2014 Career Trackers Business Supervisor of the Year
  • Winner of the Australian Business Arts Foundation
  • Career Trackers
  • National Arts School 
Current Town Sydney, Australia
Hometown Sydney, Australia
Family Wife and 2 twenty something children 
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