Sir Michael Neil O’Sullivan, Nudgee College 1914-1916

Sir Michael Neil O'Sullivan (2 August 1900 – 4 July 1968) was an Australian politician and lawyer. He was Leader of the Liberal Party in the Senate. Following the 1949 election, he became leader of the government in the Senate and he was appointed Minister for Trade and Customs in the Menzies government.

He was appointed Minister for the Navy in January 1956. In August 1956, he was appointed Attorney-General following the resignation of John Spicer and in October 1956, he was appointed Vice-President of the Executive Council following the resignation of Eric Harrison, but he retired from the ministry in 1958. He did not stand for re-election at the 1961 election. After leaving politics he became a director of LJ Hooker.