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Monika Schmidt was born on 20 August, 1956 in Hagen-Hohenlimburg, Hagen, Germany, is a Judge, Lawyer,.
|Age||64 years old|
|Born||20 August 1956|
|Birthplace||Hagen-Hohenlimburg, Hagen, Germany|
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Monika Schmidt Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Monika Schmidt AM was a judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales from 2009 until 2019, appointed to the Common Law Division, having previously been a judge of the Industrial Court of New South Wales for 16 years.
Schmidt was appointed as an acting judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, sitting for four months in 2009 before being permanently appointed to the Common Law Division from 27 July 2009. In 2013 Schmidt delivered a judgment in the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal which was scathing of the remarks on sentence by District Court judge Garry Neilson, who had found that the seriousness of an incest offence was reduced “because there had been no ejaculation involved … and because there was no rough handling involved” describing the remarks as having no foundation and not the subject of any evidence, one of a number of judgments that resulted in the suspension of Judge Neilson from criminal trials. In 2014 Schmidt rejected an application that she refer a case to a male judge, because as a female judge, she was suspected of being a feminist with leftist leanings. Schmidt noted that a judge was obligated under their oath of office obliged to determine issues impartially regardless of their personal views. Schmidt retired on 11 September 2019.
Schmidt was appointed as a judge of the Industrial Court of New South Wales in 1993, aged 32. The Industrial Court of NSW had the equivalent status of the Supreme Court of NSW. Schmidt was involved with the Judicial Commission of New South Wales, in 1996 becoming a member of the advisory committee on judicial education and as a member of the Conduct Division dealing with complaints about judicial officers. In 1998 Schmidt was received a dual appointment as a Deputy President of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission. Schmidt joined Justice Leone Glynn in a dissenting judgement on an important question of the jurisdiction of the Court, a dissent that was subsequently approved by the NSW Court of Appeal.