Labor Lawyers Association

Wayne Goss - 00:00:12

Wayne Goss
Wayne Goss summarises his early life in Inala, where he attended primary school and secondary school, and where his father was a barber and ALP branch president. He talks about working and earning his law degree from the University of Queensland by night, and his initial reluctance to join a Labor Party that he saw as too conservative. He talks about his involvement with a number of community and legal reform groups, and his decision to finally join the ALP after the sacking of Whitlam.
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