Mr Gunn was admitted as a Barrister in Queensland and the High Court of Australia in 1999. He has a broad practice, and appears regularly in the Federal Circuit, Family, and Federal Courts of Australia as well as Magistrates, District, and Supreme Courts. Mr Gunn appears regularly in ad hoc Military Tribunals such as Defence Force Magistrates hearings and Courts Martial for ADF members. He appears in Commissions of Inquiry and Royal Commissions. Mr Gunn’s primary practice is as either an advocate or mediator (Nationally accredited by VCAT) in matters relating to Administrative Law, Admiralty, Commercial matters, Crime, Military discipline, Employment and Industrial, Equity, Family (Children, Property, Spousal Maintenance, CSA Departure Orders, Hague Convention and Magellan), Insurance, Personal Injuries and Work cover matters. Mr Gunn was a sessional member of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (2014 – 2017) hearing minor civil and tenancy disputes. Mr Gunn is a member of the Legal Aid Queensland Complex Criminal Case Panel. Mr Gunn has a special interest in business valuations, forensic disclosure, corporate and public sector governance, cyber crime, and the law relating to electronic storage, transmission and virtual transactions.
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