About

I help people and organisations use data, perform analyses where required, and resolve factual issues. I also write software that processes data.

I qualified as a lawyer in the 1990’s and have two decades of commercial and corporate law experience, including working as a barrister and in my own legal practice, as well as teaching roles in university settings and in small business workshops. I enjoyed success in both litigation and in-house legal roles, and spent a few years working in corporate insolvency, property and resources.

I have since obtained qualifications in computer science (B.Sc), combined with a minor in English and cultural studies. I have used my computing skills as a research associate for data analysis in bioinformatics, using High Performance Computers for genetic data analysis.

I enjoy sport and running; in the past I have been a State representative in athletics and I still enjoy hockey as a social sport.