Chris Curtis came to the bar in February 2014, after having worked as a solicitor in a litigation section of a commercial firm. Prior to this he spent a year as Judge’s Associate in the District Court of Queensland.
Since coming to the bar he has practised primarily in commercial matters including banking and finance issues, corporations law and insolvency matters, franchising disputes, consumer protection claims, contract and property disputes and other general commercial work. He has appeared, led and unled, in trials and appeals and numerous contested hearings in State and Federal Courts, as well as in mediations and commercial arbitrations and other hearings such as public examinations.
He holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons IIB) and Master of Laws (with subjects in commercial law areas) both from the University of Queensland. Prior to commencing study and practice in law he was employed as a data analyst for a government agency, and also served as a reserve member of the Australian Army.
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