Date of admission to the Bar
Areas of practice
- Administrative & public law
- Appellate practice
- Commercial law
- Constitutional law
- Conflicts of laws
- Corporate & securities law
- Human rights law
- Insolvency & bankruptcy
- Media & defamation law
- Public & private international law
- Trade practices & competition law
Samuel accepts briefs in all areas of law.
Before coming to the Bar, he was a Senior Associate in the Commercial Litigation practice group of Corrs Chambers Westgarth where he acted in litigation in the NSW Supreme Court, Federal Court, High Court and in private arbitrations. As a solicitor, Samuel acted for and advised public and private companies (domestic and international), government agencies, retail banks, investment management firms, liquidators, and trustees.
Samuel holds a Bachelor of Civil Law (Distinction) from the University of Oxford where he studied on several scholarships and, among other academic honours, came first in both the ‘Commercial Remedies’ and the ‘Principles of Civil Procedure’ courses. He had previously graduated from the University of Sydney with First Class Honours in Law, where he came first in his final year of study.
Samuel’s writing on constitutional law has been published in multiple peer-reviewed journals. He has both authored a chapter in Zuckerman on Civil Procedure: Principles of Practice (Thompson Reuters, 2021) and written a research paper for the Disability Royal Commission.
Samuel previously worked as a tipstaff to the Hon. Acting Justice Sackville AO and the Hon. Acting Justice Emmett AO of the NSW Court of Appeal.