Introducing Avinash Singh, Practice Manager – Criminal Law Division
Brydens Lawyers are pleased to announce that Avinash Singh will join Brydens Lawyers to head the Criminal Law Division.
Avinash was admitted in December 2013 and has 6 years of criminal law experience. In that time Avinash has successfully defended numerous clients in both Local and District court matters throughout NSW.
Avinash is a member of the Legal Aid General Criminal Law Panel as well as a member of the Legal Aid Domestic Violence Duty Panel.
“Joining Brydens Lawyers is a great opportunity for me personally as it is one of the largest and leading law firms in NSW. Criminal law is the a division of any law firm that many don’t want to ever use but, when required, you need to ensure that you are getting the best legal advice and representation and that your lawyer is only acting in your best interests,” Avinash explained.
The appointment of Avinash to Brydens Lawyers continues the firm’s policy of broadening its services and the areas of law in which it practises and conforms with the firm’s focus on representing individuals in difficult times.
Avinash specialises in representing clients charged with all types of offences including assault, break and enter, drink driving, domestic violence, drug, fraud, robbery, traffic, weapon and firearm offences.
“Avinash joining Brydens Lawyers enables me to create a specialised Criminal Law Division which is importantly, a further service that we can provide to our clients. I wanted to ensure that we had the right candidate who shares my views and core principles to represent our community to the highest standard. I have no doubt that Avinash will prove to be an invaluable asset to the firm,” Brydens Lawyers Principal, Lee Hagipantelis stated.
To arrange a consultation with Avinash Singh, please leave an enquiry now or alternatively call Brydens Lawyers on 1800 848 848.
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