Max graduated from the University of Notre Dame Australia with a Bachelor of Arts (majoring in History and Politics/International Relations) in 2016. Following this he continued his studies at Notre Dame and enrolled as a post graduate in the Bachelor of Laws which he completed in 2019. Max was admitted a as a Lawyer to the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2020.
Max regularly advises employers and employees in respect to their rights, risks and options in relation to workplace related disputes. Max has been involved in investigations into allegations of harassment and bullying, for both employers and employees, and advises as to the risks and steps which should be taken in response to such allegations. Max advises employers in regards to complex employee issues including misconduct, harassment, disciplinary issues and dismissals.
Max also assists with preparing employment contracts and policies, advising on entitlements, redundancy processes and separation packages. He represents employers and employees in matters before the Fair Work Commission, the Australian Human Rights Commission, the WA Industrial Relations Commission as well as the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia.
Max’s calm and personable manner puts clients at ease, especially when dealing with difficult and sensitive situations.
On 7 March 2023, Max was promoted to Associate at Pragma.