Before his admission to practice in 2013, Brad worked for ten years in the flight operations division of a large regional airline in safety-sensitive positions involving regulatory compliance. Whilst studying law, Brad also worked as a legal researcher and consultant for an aviation consultancy firm. Brad’s operational background in the airlines gives him a firm grounding in aviation and allows him to take a practical approach to aviation legal issues. He has also written academically in the areas of aviation and outer space law, presenting papers at international conferences in 2013 and 2014. He has also taught aviation law at the University of New South Wales as a guest lecturer, and has been a sessional tutor in aviation law at Swinburne University of Technology since 2013. Brad’s practice focuses on litigation and advice in aviation legal matters, including claims against air carriers following accidents, and aviation regulatory matters for industry participants. He is a committee member of the NSW Branch of the Aviation Law Association of Australia and New Zealand, and also serves on the Council of the Royal Aeronautical Society, Australian Division.