Nicholas is a solicitor in our Insurance and Health team based in our Melbourne office.
Nicholas specialises in:
- Professional indemnity
- Public and product liability
- Health law
Nicholas first joined Barry.Nilsson. as a vacation clerk in the Melbourne office in 2018. After graduating from Monash University with a Bachelor of Laws and Arts, he commenced his graduate role with our Melbourne Insurance team in February 2019.
During his time at BN, Nicholas has been exposed to a broad range of matters, including defamation, cladding, medical negligence, local government and Worksafe prosecutions.
"From the outset of my time at BN, the diverse variety of matters I have been involved in is something I have really enjoyed. Working with a range of insureds across various industries has been incredibly rewarding and I believe it has been an ideal way to commence my career in insurance law."
Prior to commencing his clerkship at BN, Nicholas gained experience working at a boutique family law practice as well as working for a commercial barrister.
"I think it is important to establish a healthy rapport with clients and insureds at the outset in order to establish effective channels of communication and encourage the efficient resolution of matters."
"The diversity of BN’s practice areas as well as the wealth of experience and expertise among existing staff appealed to me. This has created a very supportive learning environment which has been ideal in allowing me to develop my skills and knowledge."
Nicholas has a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws (with honours) from Monash University and a Graduate Diploma from the College of Law. He is a member of LIV, YIPS and AILA, and has been involved in BN’s Impact Project as an inaugural team member of BN’s charitable partnership with the Junior Indigenous Marine and Environmental Cadets Program (JIME).
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