Dr Greg Walsh is a Sydney based lawyer, author, university lecturer and a dedicated conservative activist.
He graduated from The Australian National University with undergraduate degrees in science and law, from Sydney University with a Master of Laws degree and from Curtin University with a doctorate on the topic of how religious schools should be regulated under anti-discrimination legislation.
His professional legal experience includes working for a medical negligence firm, the NSW Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva.
He has published many articles promoting conservative views in a range of journals and newspapers including The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Conversation, Quadrant and The Spectator.
He is a passionate advocate of the importance of defending free speech and religious liberty, promoting limited government, supporting families, improving community safety, reducing energy costs, and ensuring our immigration and refugee programs work in the national interest.