Liam practices in general commercial, construction and insurance litigation.
Liam has been recognised in the peer reviewed Doyle's Guide as a leading or recommended construction and infrastructure law barrister in Victoria (and Australia wide) since 2016.
He has particular expertise in acting in substantial and complex construction and engineering disputes involving litigation or arbitration. Many of these disputes concern major infrastructure projects (across a range of sectors including roads, waste water treatment plants, desalination plants and hospitals) and involve complex issues of delay, disruption, contract termination and professional negligence.
Liam is also experienced in acting in disputes involving the security of payment legislation, including applications for judicial review, having been involved in a number of significant decisions in this area.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Liam worked as a solicitor in Norton Rose Australia's construction and engineering group, having completed articles at that firm.
Liam is a member of Victorian Bar's International Arbitration Committee and the Society of Construction Law Australia.
From 21st June 2011, liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.