Antal Endrey i(7 works by) (a.k.a. Anthony Endrey)
Born: Established: 1922
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Hungary,
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Eastern Europe, Europe,
; Died: Ceased: 26 May 2010
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Hungary,
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Eastern Europe, Europe,

Gender: Male
Arrived in Australia: 1949 Departed from Australia: 1982
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BiographyHistory

Antal Endrey gained a Doctorate of Philosophy in Law from the Petrus Pázmány University, Budapest in 1944, and a judge's and barrister's diploma in 1947.

Endrey had his own legal practice in Hungary until 1948. In Australia, he held several clerical jobs before enrolling as a law student and graduating with a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Tasmania. Admitted to the Australian Bar in 1957, Endrey practised as a solicitor in Hobart and Melbourne and then as a barrister. He acted as Legal Advisor to the Standing Committee on Statutory Rules and Ordinances of the Australian Senate from 1973 to 1976, was Master of the Supreme Court in 1976 and a Queen's Counsel from 1975.

Endrey wrote not only fiction and drama but also many political, historical and legal studies. He returned to Hungary in 1982, where he published a newspaper.

Notes

  • Endrey has also written a book on Christianity and communism, and numerous volumes on Hungarian history.
  • Author writes in these languages: HUNGARIAN, ENGLISH