Kenneth Tickle confirmed as NSW Law Society's new CEO

He has held several C-suite roles within the organisation, including CFO, COO and acting CEO

Kenneth Tickle confirmed as NSW Law Society's new CEO

Kenneth Tickle has been named the NSW Law Society’s new CEO, with approval from the council.

Tickle has been with the organisation since 2006. He has stepped into several C-suite roles within the NSW Law Society, including CFO and COO – a position he held for 10 years. Last October, he began serving as acting CEO following the resignation of Sonja Stewart.

In a statement released by President Brett McGrath, the NSW Law Society highlighted Tickle’s significant tenure at the organisation.

“Mr Tickle’s longevity at the Law Society brings an unequalled depth of corporate knowledge to the role. This offers an enormous advantage as he works with Council, our members and staff to address the challenges and opportunities faced by the profession into the future”, McGrath said. “This includes work to advance the establishment of a national legal profession as envisioned by uniform legal profession legislation now in operation in NSW, Victoria and Western Australia”.

McGrath confirmed that he would be collaborating with Tickle on the project aimed at improving efficiency and growth opportunities in the Australian legal profession.

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