Mark completed a Bachelor of Laws (JD) with Merit Honours First Class, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA), at Murdoch University and has been admitted as a Lawyer in the Supreme Court of Western Australia and the High Court of Australia.
Mark practices in family law; his blend of business management experience and legal competencies is particularly beneficial to resolving complicated family law disputes in relation to property and children.
Mark is a proficient negotiator and has a track record of brokering good outcomes for his clients. Mark is settlement focused and is energetic about negotiating fair outcomes, but he is also prepared to advocate with firmness when necessary.
Mark has been a company director for more than 30 years, not just in the legal profession, but also in the aviation and IT industries.
In addition to his executive corporate background, Mark’s legal experience, outside family law, includes commercial contract drafting and disputes, property, leasing (commercial and litigation), business structuring, sale of businesses, criminal injury compensation, aviation law, personal injury, construction contracts and wills.
Away from the office, Mark has invested much of his time in the development of the community’s youth, through sport, at Subiaco AFC, where he held the position of Coach, and President for approximately 18 years.
For further information, contact West Family Lawyers on +61 8 9380 9111. Also, book a confidential appointment on the Appointment tab above.
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- Bachelor of Laws (JD) – Merit Honours First Class
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice – Distinction
- Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
- Post Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
- Diploma in Management
- Certificate IV Assessment and Workplace Training
- Higher National Certificate in Computer Technology
- Commercial Pilots Licence
Admitted to Practice
- Law Society of Western Australia
- Family Law Practitioners’ Association of Western Australia
- Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia
- Family Law including complex financial matters and parenting issues