Robert graduated from Murdoch University in 2014 with a double degree in Bachelor of Laws and Arts (History) and was admitted to practice in 2015. Robert obtained a Master of Laws in 2019.
Robert has worked at the Mental Health Law Centre (WA) gaining experience in mental health law guardianship, administration matters and criminal law.
Robert then worked at Legal Aid in the A.C.T, gaining experience in all areas of law, and gaining extensive court room experience.
Robert has appeared in the Courts at all levels, from the Magistrates Court to the Supreme Court, and has gained expertise in areas from civil claims to serious criminal matters.
Robert understands that the client is the focus of everything a lawyer does, and endeavors to provide as much support as possible to people to navigate their legal problems.