Appointments and Admissions

  • Admitted to Grays Inn - 2015
  • Appointed Senior Counsel (and entitled to practise in all Australian jurisdictions) - 2003
  • Admitted to the Bar of New South Wales - 1982

Professional Qualifications

  • Master of Laws (International Business and Economic Law): University of New South Wales - 2008
  • Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration: University of New South Wales - 2007
  • Professional Certificate in Arbitration: University of Adelaide - 2006
  • Diploma of Law: Legal Practitioners Admission Board - University of Sydney - 1982

Professional Memberships and Appointments

  • Current Chair - International Committee of the NSW Bar Association
  • Head of Chambers - Thirteen Wentworth Chambers, Sydney
  • Consultant to Gatehouse Chambers - London
  • Fellow - Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (FACICA)
  • BarADR Approved Arbitrator - New South Wales Bar Association
  • Member - Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
  • Accredited Mediator - Australian National Mediator Accreditation Standards
  • Court - Appointed Mediator - Supreme and District Courts of New South Wales
  • Registered Mediator - Civil Mediation Council (UK)
  • Member - Centre for Effective Dispute of Resolution

Publications, Speaking Engagements and Academia

Greg regularly delivers papers to solicitors on topical legal issues and has published numerous articles including a paper at the International Law Forum between Sydney University and the East China University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai. He is the Course Director and Instructor of an Advocacy in International Arbitration workshop series at ACICA and has delivered papers on Written and Oral Advocacy, Persuasion and Cross Cultural Communication. In addition to teaching at the Australian Bar Association International Faculty to Bangladesh since 2005, Greg is a teacher at the Australian Advocacy Institute, New South Wales Bar Association and was previously a Director of the New South Wales Bar Practice Course.