Areas of Practice
Jeremy Gormly is qualified and works as a mediator. Under a joint Commission from the Commonwealth Attorney-General and the Minister for Science and personnel he was appointed to and completed the task of concluding outstanding claims arising from the 1964 collision of HMAS Melbourne with HMAS Voyager. He has mediated numerous commercial, equity and negligence actions. He has formerly chaired the ADR Committee of the NSW Bar Association.
Jeremy Gormly was appointed the Chair of the National Alternate Resolution Advisory Council to the Commonwealth Attorney-General in 2011.
Jeremy Gormly has appeared in numerous Inquiries including the Seaview-CAA Royal Commission, Gretley Coal Mine Collapse Inquiry, Thredbo Landslide, Collapse of the NSW Grains Board, Stephens Police shooting, Andrew Mallard murder conviction (Western Australia), Tripodi; alleged assault at NSW Parliament (ICAC) and Inquiry into Corruption in NSW Railways, Inquest into Police road chase and associate procedures, the McGurk Tape Inquiry (ICAC) and other inquiries.
Jeremy Gormly’s principal area of practice has been in relation to all forms of professional negligence, inquiries, administrative law, appellate work, mediation and other ADR.
He has written and lectured on electronic courtroom, pure economic loss, ethics, inquisitorial proceedings and advocacy.
Tel: 02 9264 6899 | Fax: 02 9264 5541 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Level 7/185 Elizabeth St
Sydney NSW 2000
DX 185 Sydney
T: 02 9264 6899
F: 02 9264 5541