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    Stephen Keim SC.

    Stephen practises at the Brisbane bar. He represented Indian born doctor Mohamed Haneef in his application for judicial review of a government decision to revoke his Australian visa. Controversially, he leaked to the press the AFP record of interview with Haneef shortly after the doctor was arrested on suspicion of having terrorist connections. Stephen is national president of Australian Lawyers for Human Rights.


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