Liam focusses on complex and large-scale criminal matters, particularly those with an international focus.
The international nature of Liam’s practice primarily involves complex white collar crime matters, cross-border investigations, as well as extradition, mutual legal assistance and INTERPOL cases.
Liam represents and advises clients on cross-border issues, including multi-jurisdictional cases. His matters have spanned countries throughout Asia, Europe, and North America. He liaises regularly with Australian and international criminal law enforcement agencies.
Prior to joining Nyman Gibson Miralis, Liam worked in international criminal law at the United Nations-backed Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. He has also taught law subjects at University as a sessional academic.
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