Rhys graduated from the Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Laws and a post-graduate Diploma in Legal Practice. He was admitted as a lawyer in the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2018.
Rhys began his career volunteering at the Pine Rivers Community Legal Centre and obtained valuable work experience in several criminal law firms in Brisbane and surrounding suburbs, learning how to effectively advocate for clients and think on his feet. In the short time that Rhys has practiced as a lawyer he has already developed a reputation as a confident, calm and highly considered lawyer.
Rhys ‘lives and breathes’ criminal law, spending a great deal of his spare time studying not only the law itself but also the inner-workings and mechanisms of the law, as well as the ever changing legislation and case law. He appears daily, and also regularly instructs experienced barristers in complex criminal sentences and trials in the Magistrates, District and Supreme Courts across Queensland. He handles all matters, from the most trivial to the most serious with great compassion, determination and professionalism.Back to All staff profiles
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