Immigration Lawyers and Registered Migration Agents
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Glenn Ferguson AM – LLB Acc. Spec. (Imm.)
Glenn Ferguson AM is an accredited specialist in immigration law and registered migration agent with over 20 years’ experience in the area. He is the managing director of Ferguson Cannon Lawyers and is known for his expertise and leadership at both a national and international level in the area of immigration law.
He leads a highly qualified and dedicated team of professionals with extensive experience in the business and corporate sector. His significant contacts at both a federal and state level puts him in a unique position to work with his clients for the best possible outcome-based results. He is well known for his ability to provide sound commercial, practical and strategic advice which is evidenced by his high-profile client base.
Additionally he has a strong human rights focus, being instrumental in setting up the federal attorneys general international pro bono advisory council and co-chairs the Law Council of Australia’s human rights committee. In 2010 he was appointed by the prime minister to the expert panel on Constitutional Recognition of Australia’s Indigenous Peoples.
Glenn has been appointed by both sides of politics to various government committees to advise and report on immigration law, policy and the migration profession. He currently serves on the immigration minister’s advisory board and is a member of the Federal Attorney Generals International Legal Services advisory council. He is a sought-after adviser and serves on a number of boards in the business, charity, education, insurance and legal sector.
Glenn has also held been elected to a number of significant leadership roles in the legal profession including president of LAWASIA (2009), president of the Law Council of Australia (2010), president of the Queensland Law Society (2003–2005) and inaugural president of the Immigration Lawyers Association of Australia (2003–2005).
He is a founding fellow of the Australian Academy of Law, a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a fellow of the Australia and New Zealand College of Notaries.
In the 2015 Australia Day Honours, Glenn was made a Member of the Order of Australia “For significant service to the law and to the legal profession, both nationally and in the Asia-Pacific region, and to the community”.