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    Phillip John Gray

    1st Floor
    123 Collins Street
    Hobart, Tasmania 7000

    Telephone: 0411 805 676

    TIB Email:

    Admitted to Practice: 2000

    Signed Bar Roll:

    Biography:

    Phillip Gray was admitted to the Supreme Court of Tasmania and the High Court of Australia in 2000. Prior to establishing his own practice in 2003 he was employed as a barrister and solicitor in several local law firms and also worked for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission as manager of complaints and prosecutions in Tasmania.

    Phillip also draws from his experience as a police officer in the Tasmania Police between 1992 and 1998, particularly his time as a prosecutor at Southern Prosecution Services.

    Between 2003 and 2013, Phillip practised as a barrister and solicitor in the areas of litigation and commercial law. Since 2013 he has been practising as a barrister.

    Areas of Practice:

    • Corporate Law
    • Commercial Law
    • Business Law
    • Criminal Law
    • Unfair Dismissal
    • Defence of prosecutions brought by ASIC, ACCC, ATO, Local Council, Police, Consumer Affairs, Workplace Standards and other Statutory Bodies
    • Building and Construction Law
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