Megan Latham
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Megan Latham was a judge of the Supreme Court of NSW and the sole Commissioner of the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption from 2014 to 2016. She began her career as a solicitor before becoming Crown Prosecutor, then Crown Advocate of NSW - the first woman to hold this post. Megan talks about presiding over controversial cases, being treated differently as a female judge and why it's still difficult to be a woman who exercises power. See for privacy information.
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