Ross Sundberg

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Ross Alan Sundberg was a judge in the Federal Court of Australia from 10 July 1995 to 9 August 2010.[1]

One of his most notable rulings was in July 2000 in the case of McBain v State of Victoria. Sundberg ruled that the laws in Victoria restricting IVF treatment to married couples and de facto heterosexual couples were in violation of the 1984 Commonwealth Sex Discrimination Act.[2][3] In 2011 he was the Judge in Residence at Ormond College.

References

  1. ^ "Former judges". Federal Court of Australia. Retrieved 10 February 2012.
  2. ^ Bird, Delys; et al. (2003). Future imaginings: sexualities and genders in the new millennium. University of Western Australia Press. p. 110. ISBN 978-1-920694-07-4.
  3. ^ "In Vitro Fertilisation on demand?". News Weekly. 12 August 2000.


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