Graham Fricke is a retired County Court judge who practised at the Victorian bar for 21 years. He has taught law at Melbourne, Tasmania, Monash, RMIT, Deakin and Queensland, and written textbooks and six non-fiction works.
Besides practising and teaching law and presiding over criminal and civil trials in the County Court of Victoria for a dozen years, Graham Fricke is an accomplished writer. As well as publishing three textbooks and numerous articles in law reviews, he has written popular works:- Libels, Lampoons and Litigants (1984); Judges of the High Court of Australia (1986); and Profiles of Power (1990).
Tales from the Courts was published by Lothian in 1999, at a time when he was Visiting Professor at Deakin University. In 2007, his Ned’s Nemesis was published, while his latest book, Assassins Chasing Glory, was published in 2008.
Graham's memoir, An Evening with the Judge”, is available online at
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