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Martin was admitted to legal practice in 2017 and joined the team at Murfett Legal in May 2020.
Before joining Murfett Legal, Martin worked for several years in a number of boutique law firms, both as a solicitor and also as a paralegal/law clerk prior to admission.
Martin works across our commercial and employment law teams. He is experienced in a broad range of matters, including:
Assisting liquidators, bankruptcy trustees and individuals in corporate insolvency and personal bankruptcy matters.
Negotiating with banks and other lending institutions on the settlement and restructuring of debts.
Advising employers and employees alike on matters of employment law and workplace relations.
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Drafting and reviewing loan agreements, guarantees and indemnities and deeds of settlement and forbearance.
Drafting and reviewing employment agreements.
Debt recovery matters and settlement of debts.
Bankruptcy and insolvency.
General commercial and employment advice.
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) – University of Stirling, Scotland – 2011
Bridging Course for Overseas Trained Professionals – Murdoch University – 2015
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice – College of Law – 2017
Admitted to the Supreme Court of Western Australia – 2017
Admitted to the High Court of Australia – 2017