Dr Colin Huntly
BBus, PGradDipBus, MCom(Business Law) (Curtin); PhD(Law) (Murdoch); LLB (UNE), GDLP (College of Law); Cert IV (Training & Assessment)
Year admitted to practice: 2016
Prior to joining Murray Chambers, Colin was a full-time Member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). At the AAT Colin previously sat in the Migration and Refugee Division, and currently sits in both the NDIS and General and Other Divisions. In 2023 Colin divides his time between his role as an AAT Member and his new practice at the bar.
A former academic, Colin has taught at both Curtin and Edith Cowan Universities. He is also an experienced parliamentary officer, having been a senior officer of the Legislative Councils
of both Western Australia and Tasmania. Between 2014 and 2016 he was a Committee Member and Vice-president of the Australia New Zealand Association of Clerks at the Table. His
parliamentary experience includes advising on major parliamentary inquiries in both Western Australia and Tasmania.
Colin is an experienced presenter of seminars and professional development sessions within Australia and internationally. In addition to his interest and experience in parliamentary and
constitutional matters, Colin also has a particular interest in legal issues faced by educational and third-sector entities including membership associations.