Lenny is a leading Public Law solicitor, whose expertise in government, administrative law and refugee law has been recognised by Legal 500 and Best Lawyers for the past 10 years.

Lenny was a partner at DLA Piper for 15 years until 2019, where he led their Government and Administrative Law team.  He was subsequently a partner at Mills Oakley until joining Keypoint Law.

Lenny has acted for and advised many Commonwealth departments and agencies, including the Department of Home Affairs (immigration), the Australian Taxation Office, Services Australia, the Department of Health, the Therapeutic Goods Administration, the Australian Trade and Investment Commission, the Migration Agents Registration Authority and the National Disability Insurance Agency.

His work covers both advisory and litigation; and in many cases, Lenny undertakes the advocacy work in Tribunals and Courts in place of counsel from the private bar.

Lenny’s expertise in refugee and humanitarian law also underpins an extensive international pro bono practice.  He has advised (and is an active member of) the Statelessness Network Asia Pacific and the Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network.

Separate to his legal qualifications, Lenny has tertiary IT qualifications and experience in business process analysis.  To this end, he has implemented technology-based solutions for clients in workflow processing and knowledge management.