Ms Una Doyle BCL (University College Cork and National University of Ireland), LLM (Syd)
Ms Una Doyle is responsible for all the Commission’s operations. She has input into all aspects of the Commission’s work, from financial management to research, complaints, information systems management and education activities. Ms Doyle was appointed Chief Executive of the Commission in July 2022. She was previously the Director, Education at the Commission since December 2015.
Ms Doyle has worked for over 22 years in law, legal education and executive management. Prior to joining the Judicial Commission, Ms Doyle was the Head of Professional Development, Membership and Communications, at the Law Society of NSW and the Director of Continuing Professional Education at the College of Law. She was a member of the leadership team both at the College of Law and Law Society of NSW, with responsibilities including governance, financial oversight and high level strategic planning.
She is a past President of ACLEA, the International Association for Continuing Legal Education (2016–2017) and co-chaired ACLEA’s International Committee from 2007-2009. She was President of the Continuing Legal Education Association of Australasia from 2005-2007, and has served as a member of its Executive for five terms, including as Treasurer from 2019 to 2021.
Deputy Chief Executive
Mr Murali Sagi PSM BEng MBA (CSU) GradCertPSM (UWS) Dip Law (LPAB) MIEAust FACS
Mr Murali Sagi was appointed to the position of Deputy Chief Executive of the Commission in August 2015. He has input into all aspects of the Commission’s work, from financial management to research, complaints, information systems management and education activities, corporate services and Lawcodes.
Mr Sagi commenced employment with the Commission in 1992 and has over 28 years of experience in managing complex programs and policy challenges in both the government and private sectors. He has provided technical assistance to many organisations including AusAID, United Nations, Asian Development Bank and the Commonwealth Secretariat, London, for capacity building projects in the legal sectors of Indonesia, West Bank and Gaza, Cambodia, India, Sri Lanka and Papua New Guinea.
Mr Sagi is a qualified engineer, computer specialist, management professional and a lawyer. Mr Sagi was awarded the Public Service Medal in the 2007 Queen’s Birthday Honours List for outstanding service to the Judicial Commission, particularly in the provision of information technology. He was also named as the “Chief Information Officer – Government” of the year at the National IT&T awards, 2003, and is a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society.