BcomLLB (Hons) (Macq)
Qualifications & Background
- Bachelor of Commerce with the degree of Bachelor of Laws with honours (Macquarie University), 2014
- Winner of the Macquarie Law School Prize for Intellectual Property Law (2013)
- Winner of the Macquarie Law School Prize for Access to Justice Placement Program (shared) (2013)
- Admitted a solicitor, 2015
Expertise & Experience
Joshua graduated with his double degree in 2014, and was admitted as a lawyer of the Supreme Court of NSW in April 2015. At Levitt Robinson, Joshua acts in complex civil litigation matters, including large and small commercial disputes, and administrative law. Joshua is also part of the Levitt Robinson criminal law division.
Prior to joining Levitt Robinson, Joshua built a strong legal skill base. He worked on the prosecution of former Khmer Rouge officials for violations of international criminal law, at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal. With the prosecutors, Joshua was responsible for investigating crimes against humanity and war crimes. Joshua has also worked on civil claims against the police, a widely publicised coronial inquest, and has worked in Borneo Malaysia, assisting indigenous people with the protection of their property rights.
Joshua has been a guest speaker at the NSW Law Society, Young Lawyers International Law Committee. He has also studied in the Netherlands, at Utrecht University.