Aged care royal commission chairman Richard Tracey dies, aged 71

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October 14, 2019 — 9.26am

Aged care royal fee chairman Richard Tracey, QC, has died. He was once 71.

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the former Federal court judge died on Friday, the royal commission introduced on Monday at first of a Melbourne public hearing examining group of workers concerns.

Royal commissioner Richard Tracey at the first public hearing in the federal government's Royal Commission for Aged Care Quality and Safety at the Roma Mitchell Commonwealth Law Court Building in Adelaide.

Royal commissioner Richard Tracey at the first public hearing within the federal government’s Royal fee for Aged Care quality and safety at the Roma Mitchell Commonwealth law court constructing in Adelaide.credit:AAP

Aged care royal fee chairman Richard Tracey dies, aged seventy one

The royal commission held a minute’s silence to honour Mr Tracey.

The inquiry’s hearings will go beforehand as deliberate this week. There will likely be no delays to the discharge of the inquiry’s interim report, which will be made public on October 31.

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Commissioner Lynelle Briggs stated Mr Tracey died in California, where he was being treated for cancer that was once identified seven weeks prior.

“[Mr Tracey] was once experienced. He was once sensible. He used to be admired. He knew the law just like the back of his hand. He used to be ready to take a punt if it intended we obtained the most effective consequence,” Ms Briggs stated.

“His type phrases to our witnesses after their shows gave them alleviation and let them be aware of that they’d been heard. His gentle steerage and route to royal fee personnel at all times helped, and made our collective lives a lot more straightforward.”

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the brand new chairman of the royal fee, Tony Pagone, QC, said Mr Tracey’s “work on this fee has … been solid, selfless and important”.

Peter Rozen, QC, senior tips helping the royal fee, described Mr Tracey as a “essentially first rate someone whose passing is keenly felt by way of the guidance aiding, place of business of Solicitor aiding teams and all workforce of the aged care royal fee”.

Mr Tracey was a decide of the Federal court of Australia from 2006 except 2018, president of the Defence force discipline attraction tribunal from 2009 except 2018, and judge advocate normal of the Australian Defence power from 2007 unless 2014.

earlier than becoming a judge, he taught law in numerous academic roles and labored as a barrister, being appointed Queen’s advice in 1991.

He additionally served within the Australian military from 1975 unless 2014, achieving the rank of main-basic.

He leaves at the back of his wife, Hilary, and their children Jack, Philip, Fiona and Rosie.

AAP with The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald

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