Tenth Floor Chambers has a long history.
Tenth Floor Wentworth Chambers was established in July 1957. Tenth floor Selborne Chambers was established in October 1963. Tenth floor Wentworth Chambers and Tenth floor Selborne Chambers merged in July 1992 to form Tenth Floor Chambers.
Sixteen of the foundation members of chambers were appointed to prominent judicial, political or executive office. Notably the foundation members of Tenth floor Wentworth Chambers included Gough Whitlam AC, who became Prime Minister of Australia in December 1972 and remained in that office until November 1975 and Sir John Kerr, who was Governor-General of Australia from 1974 to 1977.
Other foundation members who were appointed to office include:
Many other former members of Tenth Floor Chambers have been appointed to judicial office.
Members of Tenth Floor Chambers appointed to the Court of Appeal of New South Wales include the following:
Members of Tenth Floor Chambers appointed to the Supreme Court of New South Wales include the following:
Appointments to the Federal Court of Australia have included the following:
There have in addition been appointments to the bench of the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory, the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales, the District Court of New South Wales, the New South Wales Industrial Relations Commission, and the Commonwealth Administrative Appeals Tribunal.