Phone: +61 2 8029 6224
Fax: +61 2 9221 7183
Email Anna Garsia
Master of Laws (Distinction), Georgetown University
Bachelor of Laws (Hons) (Class 1), University of Sydney
Bachelor of Science (Adv)(Hons) (University Medal), University of Sydney
- Administrative law
- Corporations and commercial law
- Equity and trusts
- Planning and Environment law
- Public and private international law
- Royal Commissions, inquests and commissions of inquiry
Anna accepts briefs in all areas of law.
Prior to being called to the bar, Anna was a solicitor at the Australian Government Solicitor, where she worked on the Financial Services Royal Commission and the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, as well as a range of general administrative law matters.
Anna also worked at the Office of International Law at the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department, where she was part of the team that defended Australia’s tobacco plain packaging laws in a long running international investment treaty arbitration. Anna has also advised a number of national governments on their tobacco control laws in her capacity as a legal consultant to the World Health Organization.
Anna was Tipstaff and Researcher to the President Allsop (as his Honour then was) at the NSW Court of Appeal from 2009 to 2010. Anna has a Master of Laws from Georgetown University, where she received the Thomas Prize for First Place at Graduation, and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours Class 1) from the University of Sydney. Anna also has a Bachelor of Science (Advanced) from the University of Sydney and received the University Medal in Biochemistry.