Chris completed a Bachelor of Laws at Bond University on the Gold Coast and achieved specialisations in Corporate and Commercial, Intellectual Property, Information Technology and Electronic Commerce Law. Chris found his passion in advocacy while completing his Graduate Diploma at a criminal defence firm.
Chris has a keen interest in protecting human and animal rights and joined the Queensland Counsel for Civil Liberties (“QCCL”) as an Executive Board Member in 2016. With civil liberties in mind, Chris ensures that his Clients are treated fairly and with respect throughout the prosecution process.
Through his experience in matters before the High Court of Australia, Supreme, District and Magistrates Courts of Queensland, Chris has developed his skills as a persuasive advocate and has advanced his knowledge of criminal law practice and procedure. Chris understands that prosecutions are stressful and can be confusing for people charged with criminal offences and their families. Therefore, Chris works closely with his clients and their families to ensure that they are thoroughly advised throughout the court process.