Jamie accepts briefs in commercial and administrative law. He has particular experience in insolvency, credit recovery, securities enforcement, fraud, and equity. He has broad administrative experience; including in the areas of electoral law, land valuation, migration, citizenship, liquor licensing, firearms, and child support.
Jamie was admitted as a barrister and solicitor in New Zealand in 2010, where he regularly appeared as counsel on general commercial and insolvency matters before the District Courts, High Court and Court of Appeal. Jamie moved to Victoria in 2015, and subsequently worked in the insolvency, commercial disputes, and administrative law teams of a number of national Australian firms.
Jamie has acted on matters for insolvency practitioners, banks, and government entities in both New Zealand and Australia. He has assisted on a number of high profile insolvencies including the liquidation of Timbercorp Finance Pty Ltd (In Liquidation).
Jamie holds a current New Zealand practising certificate, and accepts briefs to advise and appear on New Zealand matters.
He began legal practice as intern to Christopher Finlayson QC, then Attorney General of New Zealand. Jamie read with Dr Charles Parkinson, and his senior mentor was David Batt QC.