Party: Welsh Labour
National Assembly for Wales
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Mick Antoniw was elected as a Labour and Co-operative Assembly Member
Mick Antoniw was born in Reading and moved to Wales to study law at Cardiff University in 1973, and has lived in Wales ever since. Mick speaks Ukrainian, as his father was a refugee from Ukraine after the war.
He is married with three adopted children and is a former foster parent. He holds an LLB degree.
In 1980 Mick qualified as a solicitor, and is a former partner with Thompsons solicitors, specialising in spinal and head injury and corporate manslaughter. He is a fellow of the Association of Personal Injury Law and member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. He has lectured widely in the field of health and safety and law reform.
From 1977 to 1979, Mick was President of the National Union of Students (Wales). From 1981 to 1989 he was a member of South Glamorgan County Council. He is a trustee of the Bevan Foundation, a trustee of the Welsh Refugee Council, Vice President of the Brynsadler Community Trust in Pontyclun and honorary Vice President of the homeless charity Seren.
Mick is a member of Welsh Labour Grassroots, the Co-operative Party, GMB and the Musicians Union.