Lorne was admitted to the NSW Supreme Court and High Court of Australia in 2012. After working for some time in mid-tier firms and government offices, in 2014 Lorne commenced his own practice where he acted in a range of areas, including family law and criminal law.
Called to the Bar in 2019, Lorne’s practiced areas are focused upon family law and criminal law, in both private and legally aided proceedings.
Lorne has quickly developed a busy practice in the family law jurisdiction, including parenting matters (international and domestic relocation, serious allegations of abuse and recovery of children), appearing as counsel for the Independent Children’s Lawyer at interim and final hearing, financial matters, spouse maintenance disputes and child support disputes.
In relation to Lorne’s criminal law practice, he has represented clients charged with various offences in the Local, District and Supreme Courts of NSW, including traffic and street crime offences, assaults, property offences, white collar crime, organised crime, and drug supply offences (including Commonwealth criminal law matters and sentencing). Lorne has appeared in bail applications in the Local and Supreme Courts.