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Admissions / Appointments
Admitted to Practice - 1986
Signed Bar Roll - 1997
BA (University of Adelaide, 1985)
LLB (University of Adelaide, 1985)
Grad Dip Crim Law (University of Adelaide, 1991)
LLM (University of Adelaide, 1993)
Grad Dip Sports Law (University of Melbourne, 2015)
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In addition to having a wide ranging and general trial and appellate practice, Anthony has an ongoing interest in legal education, especially advocacy training. He is an advocacy coach with the Australian Advocacy Institute, Law Society of SA and Australian Bar Association.
He is a member of the SA Bar Association and the Law Society of SA.
He is a past member of the Criminal Law Committee of the Law Society and past co-ordinator and teacher in the Criminal Law Unit for newly admitted practitioners. For over a decade he was a reporter of cases for the South Australian State Reports.
Anthony was an Editorial Board member of the Australian Civil Law Bulletin from its inception in 2004 until 2012. He is a current member of the Australian New Zealand Sports Law Association (ANZSLA). He is the immediate Past President of the John Bray Law Alumni Network.
Anthony has many interests in the wider community. He has chaired or served on a number of School and Educational Boards.
Anthony is a keen cricketer and still plays with the Adelaide University Cricket Club. He is a Life Member of that club. He is a current Commissioner of the South Australian Cricket Association (having been a Deputy Commissioner for many years) and a Commissioner of the Adelaide Turf Cricket Association. In both positions he hears and determines reports against players or officials in Grade and Turf cricket in Adelaide.
Cricket Australia (CA) has appointed Anthony as one of its Code of Conduct Commissioners. As one of the national Commissioners, he is responsible for hearing disciplinary matters arising in any of CA's domestic competitions.
Anthony is currently enrolled in the Masters of Law programme at the University of Melbourne. He has recently been awarded the Graduate Diploma in Sports Law from that university.
Anthony has presented papers and published on topics related to sports law. In October 2015 ANZSLA presented him with the Paul Trisley Award for the best academic paper on a sports law topic. He was a member of the organising committee for the ANZSLA conference in Adelaide in 2014 and organised the Sports Law Conference which was part of the 5th International Lawyers' Cricket World Cup held in Brisbane in January 2016. He has been invited to speak at the 20th Commonwealth Law Conference in Melbourne in March 2017.