Min is a commercial and public law barrister. He practises broadly across these areas, but has special interests in the commercial areas of class actions and trade practices, and in the public law areas of immigration, freedom of information and discrimination.
He also appears for defendants in criminal matters, particularly when civil and human rights questions are involved.
Min was a finalist in the 2016 Young CommBar Essay Competition, with a paper about class action risks faced by company directors. He also received a high commendation in the 2016 Victorian Bar Pro Bono Awards.
He is presently briefed in a number of class actions across the Supreme Courts of Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia. He is regularly briefed in immigration matters for the applicant in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Federal Circuit Court and Federal Court, and is also a registered migration agent. His immigration practice also includes tort proceedings arising from the mistreatment of people in immigration detention.
Immediately prior to coming to the Bar, Min was a Senior Associate at Maurice Blackburn, where he practised in securities, trade practices and tort class actions. In amongst other matters, Min acted for:
Min also brings distinctive experience to the Bar, having previously worked as a management consultant advising executives of ASX 200 companies, industry groups and governments on financial, strategy and public policy matters. He also worked as a freelance IT consultant. Because of this and his engineering qualifications, he has a particular interest in litigation involving financial, quantitative and scientific issues.
For more information, visit Min's website guo.com.au.