Anthony was called to the Bar in 2017, having been admitted as a lawyer in 2014. He accepts briefs in a broad range of civil matters with an emphasis on commercial litigation (including building and construction), equity (including family provision), and property matters.
Anthony regularly appears unled in Courts and Tribunals, but has also worked with a range of senior counsel on large, complex matters including representative proceedings (Class Actions). A selected list of cases in which he has appeared can be found in his CV.
Prior to coming to the bar Anthony gained experience in both private practice as a solicitor, and the Federal and Supreme Courts where he worked for various judges.
As a solicitor Anthony worked in commercial litigation at Atanaskovic Hartnell. Prior to that he worked for the following Judicial officers as an Associate/Tipstaff:
- The Hon. Justice Stephen Campbell (Common Law Division) of the Supreme Court of New South Wales;
- The Hon. Justice Richard Edmonds (retired) of the Federal Court of Australia;
- The Hon. Justice James Allsop AO, Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Australia.
Anthony graduated from the University of Technology Sydney with First class honours. At UTS he received the Vice-Chancellor’s scholarship for academic merit for the duration of his degree, and came first in Succession Law.
Since 2014 he has been a casual academic at the University of Technology’s Law Faculty. He has taught Civil Procedure, Equity and Trusts, Evidence, and Real Property.
Anthony is also a commissioned officer in the Royal Australian Infantry Corps and a member of the Australian Army Reserve (Stand-By Reserve since 2019).