Tony Laws has been involved in the water industry for more than 45 years and has worked extensively throughout Australia after completing his Masters Degree in Hydrogeology from London University. He worked for more than 4 years in Darwin working on several groundwater investigations, 3 years in Canberra working on both groundwater investigations and engineering and urban geology projects, and 3 years in Sydney as a groundwater consultant, involved in projects in Queensland, NSW, Victoria and South Australia. In 1977 he moved to Western Australia to join the Geological Survey, becoming Assistant Director in 1995. Tony represented the Geological Survey and the Department of Water on the Board of the Centre for Groundwater Studies, and was actively involved in the CGS Groundwater Schools and other International training programs. Tony retired in 2007, but has retained a strong involvement in education since then.

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