“The challenge for the profession and the justice system going forward will be incorporating what has been learnt from this period to improve the efficiency of interactions with courts and tribunals once COVID-19 has subsided.”
Liam explains that having once aspired to join the police force, the experience of taking part in a mock trial competition in high school pivoted his attention to a career in law. Looking to the year ahead, Liam says that part of his practice is focused on white-collar crime and regulatory matters, which is an area that is continuing to evolve. “From the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s “why not litigate” strategy to the Australian Law Reform Commission’s review into the corporate criminal responsibility regime, I am looking forward to helping clients understand and navigate their way through changes in the white collar and regulatory landscapes.”
He describes Arnold Bloch Leibler’s support for staff during the COVID-19 lockdown as both reflecting and reinforcing the firm’s positive culture. To read the full article, click here.