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Sydney barrister joins The College of Law

Sydney barrister Lachlan Menzies has come on board as a lecturer for The College of Law's new applied commercial litigation program, which kicks off in August. Menzies has 13 years of civil…

Sydney barrister Lachlan Menzies has come on board as a lecturer for The College of Law's new applied commercial litigation program, which kicks off in August.

Menzies has 13 years of civil litigation experience, and has been a NSW barrister since 2003. He previously worked as a staff member at the University of New England School of Law.

Students completing the new program are awarded a Master of Applied Law (Commercial Litigation) and have the option of studying at Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma level.

The course has been developed and overseen be a course advisory panel comprising judges, senior practitioners and academics. It's part of a move by the College to expand its portfolio of applied law programs.

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