I was a barrister in London for 13 years specialising in product liability, professional negligence and employment law. I moved to Australia in 2001 and began working at the ANU School of Legal Practice (formerly ANU Legal Workshop) in 2003, teaching advocacy, civil, criminal and commercial practice. I am currently the National Convenor for the Becoming a Practitioner Course and also the Criminal Practice Intensive. I am also the Convenor for the Masters Advocacy Course and I teach in the Military Legal Practice course.
My research interests cover the practice and teaching of court advocacy in different jurisdictions around the world, and the development in the 21st century legal profession, especially the bar.
National Convener for Off Campus Courses ANU School of Legal Practice