Minh-Quan practises mainly in public and commercial law.
Before coming to the Bar, Minh-Quan was an Associate to Chief Justice French and Justice Gordon of the High Court of Australia, the Researcher (Counsel Assisting) to the Solicitor‑General for Victoria, and a solicitor in commercial litigation at Arnold Bloch Leibler. His experience includes Commonwealth and State public law, general commercial matters and corporate insolvency.
Minh-Quan has a Bachelor of Arts, a Diploma in Languages and a Juris Doctor from the University of Melbourne. He was awarded the university medal for both arts and law. He later obtained a Bachelor of Civil Law with Distinction from the University of Oxford, where he focused on comparative law. He has also taught at Monash University.
Minh-Quan is reading with Kathleen Foley. His senior mentor is Philip Solomon QC.
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