Project Description

Contact Details – Now at 8th Floor Garfield Barwick Chambers

Phone: (02) 8239 3200
NSW Bar Association:

Year of Admission as an Australian Lawyer – 2012
Year of Admission to the NSW Bar – 2018


Bachelor of Laws – University of Wollongong

Bachelor of Commerce (Economics) – University of Wollongong

Associate Diploma in Policing Practice, CSU

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law / Relationship Breakdown
  • Equity
  • Consumer Law (Australian Consumer Law )
  • Liquor Licensing
  • White Collar Crime
  • Insurance
  • Employment / Human Resources

Professional experience and qualifications

Anthony is a criminal barrister with an enormous amount of experience in criminal law. His formal working career started with the NSW Police Force in 2009 at Mount Druitt. He has the experience and proven track record you need in a criminal defence barrister, and he currently resides in Sydney, NSW. He is very competent in dealing with lying ex-spouses in Family Law matters.

Anthony’s determination to be an accomplished and respected lawyer is demonstrated by various qualifications that include, Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Commerce (Economics), Associate Diploma in Policing Practice, to name just a few.

Whilst employed by the NSW Police, Anthony worked as a police prosecutor from 2010 until 2016 in courts all over Sydney and NSW. He has travelled from Ballina to Bourke to Bombala.

After a successful career as a police prosecutor, Anthony became a criminal lawyer for the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions in NSW (DPP). He was quickly promoted to a Senior Solicitor. Anthony has appeared in a range of criminal jurisdictions on a large number of matters ranging in complexity. Anthony is also on the Legal Aid Criminal Law Indictable Panel. He is briefed by the various government departments in both State tribunals and the Local Court.

Very few people understand the law from both sides of the courtroom. It takes a certain type of courage is needed to become a police officer. A different type of courage is required to leave the NSW Police Force. After many years as a police officer and a prosecutor, Anthony was called to the bar in 2018.