About Nick

Nick is a lawyer in Robinson Gill’s police misconduct team with a specific focus on civil claims against Victoria Police.

Prior to working at Robinson Gill Lawyers, he was a solicitor for two years at the Police Accountability Project (part of the Flemington and Kensington Community Legal Centre). He was responsible for civil litigation against Victoria Police and representing clients on criminal matters.

During this time, Nick acted for clients in claims against Victoria Police in both the County Court and Supreme Court and appeared in Coronial Inquests.

Nick was also responsible for advocacy, drafting submissions for public inquiries and coronial inquiries. He also assisted in law and police reform and educating the community on police accountability.

Before joining Robinson Gill from the Police Accountability Project, Nick spent a year as a Judge’s Associate at the County Court of Victoria.

Nick is also active in human rights pro-bono work, including representing refugees at the Nauru Regional Processing Centre.


  • Master of Laws (LLM), The Australian National University,
    2013 – 2017
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Law, College of Law,
    2013 – 2014
  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Law, The Australian National University,
    2006 – 2008
  • Graduate Diploma of Education (History and English),
    University of Melbourne, 2003 – 2003
  • Bachelor of Arts (History, English Literature,
    Social Studies and Classics), University of Melbourne, 2000 – 2002
  • Committee Member of the Administrative Law & Human Rights Section – Law Institute of Victoria
  • Australian Lawyers Alliance