Norm Snedden was with the firm until 1977. He then practised as a barrister in both Canberra and Sydney before establishing a sole practice at Nelson Bay on the central coast of NSW. Norm retired from the law in 1991 and passed away on 10 August 2011.
Allan Hall left the firm in 1973 to become the inaugural principal lecturer in law at the Canberra College of Advanced Education (now the University of Canberra), where he developed their first legal course. He left the college in 1977 to take up the position of the first full-time senior member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). The same year, Allan became a commissioner of the Australian Law Reform Commission, working alongside Michael Kirby. He became deputy president of the AAT in 1982 and served until his retirement in 1987. Allan became a Member of the Order of Australia in 1992.
In 1973, John Gallop left Snedden Hall & Gallop to become a successful barrister in Canberra and was made a Queen’s Counsel (QC) in 1976. The following year, John took up appointments on the bench of the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory. John became a judge of the ACT Supreme Court in 1982. He later became a presidential member of the AAT, president of the Defence Force Discipline Appeal Tribunal and a judge of the Supreme Court of Christmas Island. He served with distinction until July 2000, retiring on his seventieth birthday. John became a Member of the Order of Australia in 1998. He passed away on 25 September 2017 at the age of 87, with Canberra’s legal community paying tribute to one of the ACT Supreme Court’s longest-serving judges.