Neil Morrissey on The Role of Pleadings and How to Use Them to Your Client's Advantage

Monday January 22, 2018

Neil Morrissey is a barrister at Albert Wolff Chambers. He was admitted as a practitioner of the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2010 and joined the independent bar in February 2014. Neil’s practice is predominantly in the area of civil litigation with a focus on personal injuries cases. Prior to joining the bar he was a solicitor at Bradford & Co. In December 2013 Neil completed a Master of Laws (with distinction) at the University of Western Australia with his primary research area being negligence liability. He has appeared on behalf of clients at WorkCover WA, the State Administrative Tribunal, the Fair Work Commission, the Western Australian Industrial Relations Tribunal, the Australian Administrative Tribunal, the District and Magistrates Courts, the Supreme Court of Western Australia, the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia. Recently, Neil was junior to Andrew Morrison QC in New South Wales v DC [2017] HCA 22. Neil is a member of the RSPCA’s pro bono legal panel. Outside of work Neil is a fixed wing pilot and has ambition of mustering from the air.

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