Michael completed his law degree at Western Sydney University and was called to the Bar in 2022. He currently practices in a broad range of civil matters.
Prior to being called to the Bar, Michael worked in the Finance and University sectors handling matters such as security remediation and funding of university research.
In addition to his practice at the Bar, Michael acts as a seasonal academic at Western Sydney University. Currently, he is teaching Foundations of Australian Law and Civil Procedure in the B Laws program. Further, Michael is a regular contributor to the NSW Law Society Journal and publishes case notes on recent decisions in both the NSW and Commonwealth jurisdictions.
Michael is also a member of the NSW Bar Association New Barristers’ committee and assists with various committee projects such as CPD seminars for new barristers, drafting recommendations for working groups and attending career events for law students. Additionally, Michael also volunteers as a moot judge for university mooting competitions such as the UNSW Law Society Intermediate Mooting Competition and the WSU Kirby Cup.
Michael accepts briefs to appear in all jurisdictions, although his practice is primarily based in Sydney.
Outside the Law, Michael enjoys activities such as hiking and travelling.