Mr Kenneth Fleming was appointed as the Northern Territory Independent Commissioner Against Corruption (ICAC) on 13 June 2018.
Kenneth Charles Fleming QC has practiced law for more than 42 years, 12 years as a Junior, and 30 years as Queen's Counsel in family, criminal, civil, international, and other national court. Mr Fleming was admitted to practice as a barrister in 1976 and became a Queen’s Counsel in November 1988. He has practised in both civil law and criminal law, and is vastly experienced in many different aspects of law.
Mr Fleming practiced principally in Brisbane, but also in other parts of Australia and the Pacific. He spent three years with the United Nations prosecuting the Rwandan Genocide.
Mr Fleming holds the fundamental and abiding view that the making and administration of law is the vehicle for the proper organisation for society. He believes that the Rule of Law is of practical and every-day application in a peaceful society.