Guy’s experience in private legal practice and the community legal sector means that he is well placed to manage Holding Redlich’s pro bono program and conduct pro bono casework. During his time at Holding Redlich, Guy has acted in a number of cases of significant public interest, including legal actions taken on behalf of:
Guy commenced at Holding Redlich as an articled clerk in 2005 and was admitted to legal practice in 2006. He then worked as a lawyer and senior associate in the firm’s personal injury team. Between 2012 and 2016 Guy worked in the community legal sector at both Youthlaw and Justice Connect before returning to Holding Redlich as its National Pro Bono Manager.
16 December 2020 - Knowledge
A recent High Court decision confirms refugees and asylum seekers can sue the Commonwealth government for negligence in courts below the High Court.