Matthew commenced practice in 2002 and engaged in general practice until joining Best Hooper’s litigation team in early 2006. Matthew became a Principal of the firm in 2013.
Matthew acts for a wide range of clients including individuals, large corporations, trustees, government agencies and councils. His particular strength is a broad knowledge and experience base, which underpins his principal areas of practice.
Matthew conducts litigation in Victorian and Federal jurisdictions. He is particularly experienced in Land Acquisition and Compensation claims, common law tort claims relating to land use (nuisance, trespass) and fencing and boundary disputes (including adverse possession). He regularly advises clients in relation to matters affecting proposed land subdivisions.
Matthew is a member of the Australian Institute of Administrative Law, Law Institute of Victoria and Litigation Lawyers Section.
Best Hooper, Melbourne, Australia