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Victor James Zammit, B.A.(Psych.) (Univ.of NSW), Grad. Dip.Ed.( Syd. Coll. Adv. Educ now Univ.Tech.Syd.), Dip. Hypn. - (from the School of Hypnotic Sciences - adjunct to a major in Psychology), M.A. (Legal Hist.,Constl. Law)(Univ.of NSW), LL.B.(Univ.of NSW), Ph.D., lawyer, Euro-Australian, is a retired attorney of the Supreme Court of the New South Wales and the High Court of Australia. Victor arrived in Australia from Europe in 1957 as a mid teenager.

CAREER AS A LAWYERVery Brief Details
Victor’s admission as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales (admitted on 22nd July 1977) and the High Court of Australia (from 19th September 1977) – are a matter of governmental and lawyers’ records. Victor was first registered as a student-at-law with the Barristers Admission Board, Supreme Court on 26th September 1973, registration number 65196.
Victor worked as an attorney in the Local Courts, District and Supreme Courts in Sydney and then more recently he became a Company Law consultant and a lecturer in Corporations Law.

Victor Zammit wrote A LAWYER PRESENTS THE CASE FOR THE AFTERLIFE (National Library of Australia Card No. and ISBN 0-9580115-0-8), which is on the internet. This book has been translated into Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch and now is in the process of being translated into German and French. The same book has been translated into Russian and published in Russia. It is now being sold in Russian bookshops. Victor also authored a book about his time as an orator on human rights at Sydney Speakers’ Corner. Called The Domain Speaker it contained transcripts and photos (Standard Publishing House, 1981, Sydney- (National Library of Australia Card Number ISBN 0 959 3733 0 6).

The record shows that Victor did (and still does) volunteer work in legal aid and legal referral. For over a decade 1970-1980 on Sundays Victor volunteered his professional services as meetings co-ordinator and chairperson at the Wayside Theatre. It was basically a venue for grassroots political and social justice activity. He worked closely with the legendary spiritually radical, charismatic leader, the Rev. Ted Noffs, and was influenced by his teaching of universal consciousness and respect for all religions and non religionists. He was attracted by the philosophy of the Wayside Chapel - “I am a Catholic, a Protestant, a Jew, a Muslim, a Sikh, a Buddhist, a Hindu ... I am part of all religions past, present and future, because I am a human being and nothing is alien to me ...” Further, the emphasis at the Wayside was on social justice, in doing for the good of humanity and not on beliefs.

Victor was initially suspicious of the New Age Movement for what appeared to be its blatant commercial exploitation of people’s basic instinctual tendency for spiritual development. However after many years as an open-minded skeptic he had a number of repeated psychic/mediumistic experiences which set him questioning, reading and researching. Adopting a scientific criterion, Victor was able to select that information which could withstand and pass the many rigid tests of repeatability and objectivity.

Victor is now a full time writer and researcher on empirical evidence for the afterlife. His book is being accessed by thousands of people from around the world including all the English speaking countries and Russia, Africa, Asian countries, South Americas, European countries. On his website Victor keeps readers abreast of emerging evidence and links with others active in investigating the afterlife.