Hamid Mirza, Barrister-at-Law and Registered Migration Agent, practises at the private Bar. He has a penchant for litigation.  Admitted in Queensland, Hamid practises predominantly in Sydney and Brisbane.  

Hamid is "litigation-intensive".  He acts for clients against Big Four banks, small and medium enterprises in the building, fast moving consumer goods and freight industries amongst others, and Federal and State government authorities. He is mainly briefed in tax and commercial court and tribunal matters.  Be that as it may, he nevertheless accepts briefs in building and construction, employment, family, property, criminal and migration law matters.

Hamid is known in Sydney and Brisbane foremost for being an assiduous and fearless advocate, and for his agility and energy. His technical proficiency and commercial acumen enables him to maintain a strong legal advisory practice in both Sydney and Brisbane when he is not appearing in Court. 

As a barrister-at-law, Hamid is instructed by solicitors and accountants.  If you need legal representation, have a legal problem that needs resolution or need legal advice, please ask your solicitor or accountant to contact Hamid.

Hamid assists solicitors and accountants in sole practice, those practising in boutique or mid-tier firms as well as in-house solicitors/accountants in "corporates" and accounting or professional services firms.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is Hamid able to take on criminal law matters?

A: Yes.

Q: I need legal advice rather than legal representation.  Can I use Hamid?

A: Yes, Hamid is expert in providing legal advisory services across different areas of the law.

Q: I don't have a solicitor, can you suggest one for me?

A: Yes, Hamid may be able to suggest a name or two.



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