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Head of Dispute Resolution Group†
Graham started his legal career in 1984 as a clerk and has since practiced in most areas of law and has appeared in Federal Courts and State Courts both instructing Barristers and as a Solicitor Advocate, without a Barrister. Since 1997, Grahamís practice has focused more particularly on Commercial Law and Insolvency and he has developed broad experience in Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution.
Diploma Law (SAB) Diploma PLT (UTS)
B. Comm. (University of Wollongong)
IPAA Insolvency Education Program
Accredited Specialist in Commercial Litigation (Insolvency)
Admission to Practice
June 1990, Supreme Court of NSW and High Court of Australia
Graham achieves Dispute Resolution through a variety of methods including Litigation and alternative Dispute Resolution procedures such as:
- Arbitration; and
Examples of matters in which Graham has acted are:
- Commercial litigation relating to breach of contract, shareholder disputes, partnership disputes, contract disputes and failed businesses
- Legal advice and dispute resolution receivership, administration and liquidation of companies in many industry and commercial sectors
- Advising company directors concerning their rights and obligations
In addition, Graham has extensive experience and formal training in insolvency related litigation and has acted for many companies and liquidators to recover funds and to defend claims by creditors.
Graham has also undertaken courses in Negotiation, Collaborative Law and Mediation.
Graham was a Director and founding member of the Leadership Development Forum. He is a solicitor member of the Law Society of NSW and the Vice President of The Illawarra Connection.