Called to the Bar in 2013 and admitted as a solicitor in 2005, Greg has particular expertise in Employment, Administrative and Migration Law matters.
Greg regularly appears in the Federal Court of Australia, Federal Circuit Court, Supreme Court of NSW, District Court of NSW, as well as various Federal and State Tribunals, including the Fair Work Commission and the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT).
His extensive client base includes the Commonwealth Government, corporations and individuals. In employment matters he acts for both employers and employees. He has also been briefed in special leave applications in the High Court of Australia. In addition to his representation of clients in courts and tribunals, Greg also skillfully appears on behalf of clients at mediations and informal settlement conferences.
Prior to being called to the Bar, Greg gained considerable experience as a solicitor at Harmers Workplace Lawyers and at DLA Phillips Fox (now DLA Piper). At DLA Phillips Fox, Greg worked in the areas of Administrative Law, Litigation and Employment Law. He holds a Master of Laws from the University of Sydney, and a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the University of New South Wales. Greg has also held various executive roles in the profession, including as President of NSW Young Lawyers in 2013.
Greg provides high quality legal representation based on his years of experience as a barrister and his prior experience as a solicitor in his areas of specialty. He is committed to working closely with his clients to achieve optimal results and is commended for his ability to work as an effective team member and to achieve favourable outcomes.
Greg has been recognised in the Australian Financial Review's Best Lawyers in Australia for Immigration Law for 2021.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Employment and Industrial