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Martin Carrick

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Lawyer Canberra

Canberra, ACT
English

A reputation for fighting for ordinary people’s rights brought Martin Carrick to Slater & Gordon, where he practises in industrial and employment law and workers compensation. Martin also specialises in Motor Accident Claims. 

His commitment to his clients’ interests typically sees him representing unions and their members in matters including award breaches, unfair dismissals, occupational health and safety, breaches of anti-discrimination legislation and criminal matters. 

Working to enhance the effectiveness of unions and giving individuals the opportunity to redress unfair treatment is the focus of his practice. His belief that “unions are vital to preserving fairness in Australian society and maintaining the egalitarian nature of Australian culture” informs everything he does on their behalf. 

Martin graduated from Australian National University in 1984 and has been working at Slater and Gordon since 2005.

“I work for the union movement and its members and believe that unions are vital to preserving fairness in Australian society and maintaining the egalitarian nature of Australian culture.” 

Expertise

  • Industrial and Employment Law
  • Occupation Health and Safety
  • Workers Compensation
  • Discrimination
  • Union services
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents 

Career history

  • Slater and Gordon - Since 2005 Slater and Gordon, lawyer
  • 1993-2005 Geoffrey Edwards and Co,  lawyer
  • 1992-1993 Campbelltown Legal Centre , lawyer

Memberships and associations

  • ACT Law Society

Professional qualifications and admissions

  • 1992 Admitted, Supreme Court of New South Wales
  • 1990 Diploma of Law, SAB
  • 1984 Bachelor of Economics, Australian National University