Since 1995 David Prince has practiced extensively in all areas of
visa applications, merits review and judicial review, and has
established a reputation for successfully solving difficult immigration
cases. He is regularly consulted by barristers, solicitors and migration
agents on complex issues of immigration law.
David has been accredited as an immigration specialist by the Law
Society of New South Wales since 2000. There are fewer than 40
accredited immigration solicitors in New South Wales.
David lectures at the Australian National University Graduate Certificate of Migration Law and Practice course.
Over many years David has lectured on immigration law topics for
numerous professional organisations, including the New South Wales Law
Society, the Law Council of Australia, the New South Wales Bar
Association and the Migration Institute of Australia.
In 2003 and 2006 David edited the Immigration, Citizenship, and
Passports Chapters of Halsbury’s Laws of Australia. He has also authored
the Citizenship and Migration sections of Australian Encyclopaedia for
Forms and Precedents.
David is an active member of the Law Council of Australia’s
Immigration Lawyers Association of Australasia. Through the Law Council,
he participates in national debate on immigration law and policy and
contributes to Parliamentary submissions.
David is admitted to practice in the High Court of Australia and the
Supreme Court of New South Wales. David is a registered migration agent,